Toggle Em All is a free bookmarklet that you can use to toggle all checkboxes an any website you visit with a single click.
Ever came across a situation where you had to check multiple check boxes on a website? Webmasters may encounter these types of check boxes fairly regularly, for instance when they are moderating comments on a websites or moderating forum posts.
Some websites and scripts provide a check all button that can be used to automatically check all items on the list, but what if there is none available? Does not sound like fun to check fifty, one hundred or even thousands of check boxes manually.
Toggle Em All is a solution that works in all tested web browsers (Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Vivaldi), and should work in most web browsers that have not been tested as well.
It provides you with an option to check all, or none, of the check boxes on a website.
In the case of the Toggle Em All bookmarklet, it checks or unchecks all check boxes on the active website, so that you do not have to do so manually.
To install it simply go to the Toggle Em All website. You have the option to drag and drop the bookmarklet to the bookmark's toolbar, or to right-click it and select to add the link to the bookmarks / favorites.
Once it has been added it is functional. A click on the new bookmark will reverse all check boxes on the active webpage.
Users of the Firefox web browser can also take a look at the Check All add-on which improves the core functionality of the bookmarklet by providing you with options to only check the boxes that you have highlighted. This can be useful if you only need to enable some of the check boxes and not all of them on a website.
Update: The Firefox add-on Check All is no longer compatible with recent versions of the web browser. The bookmarklet works exactly like before, so pick this if you need the functionality.Advertisement
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