Tokyo, Japan, September 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- With peatea, you can easily give out necessary information by putting a link of the bookmarked URL on your website or emailing it.
peatea specifies the pixels of the position you want to show, and jumps to the customized position of a web page even if the page doesn't have the "name" attributes in an anchor tag. To generate the customized URL, you scroll down to the position you want to bookmark and click the "Get URL" button. Then you can just bookmark the page in your browser or copy the URL, or copy the URL that appears in the address bar and paste it anywhere you want.
It is convenient when you bookmark the page in your browser. The original page title is taken over to the customized page. Also, you can add text to the URL that peatea generates. If you want to open the original page, just click the "X" button on the top right corner of the page. The name "peatea" derives from the abbreviation of "part" and "point", and "pt", the initial of "page tag" and "page title."
To access to peatea: