This extension will stop working!

Hey there!

I want to let you know that starting in June 2024, Google will no longer support Chrome extensions with manifest v2. Unfortunately, this means that my extension will no longer work since it hasn't been updated to meet the requirements of manifest v3.

After giving it some thought, I've decided not to invest any more time in developing Chrome extensions. I'm sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, and I appreciate your trust in using my extension.

Thank you for your understanding and support.



SEO Shortcuts

The command line interface for your browser. Gives easy access to web services, annotations inside the browser window, and script output in the browser console.

SEO Peek

Smart bookmarklet

SEO Shortcuts is a Chrome extension that functions as a smart bookmarklet. It features several commands which can be accessed through Google Chrome's address bar, which is also known as the omnibox.

How to use

When you enter the extension's keyword Shift + > and press Tab , you start interacting solely with the extension. By typing a command the extension shows suggestions of available commands which match your search query.

You can use the command help to open an overview of all available commands. SEO Shortcuts provides several commands which are relevant for SEO, Performance (WPO) and Security.

Command types

There are three types of commands available.


Checks the current URL, hostname or origin in external web services. The extension opens a new browser tab with the selected external web service and prepopulates the URL input field.


Injects a stylesheet or runs a script inside the DOM of the current visited webpage. The output or results will be visible or enabled inside the current browser tab.


Runs a script inside the DOM of the current visited webpage. The output or results will be visible in the browser console (Chrome DevTools) of the current browser tab.

Want to contribute?

Great! Just fork the project on GitHub, work on new features or bug fixes using feature branches and open pull-requests with concise but complete descriptions of your changes.

If you are unsure about a proposal, you can just open an issue to discuss it before writing actual code.