This add-on converts Centigrade <--> Fahrenheit and views the appropriate cone. Entering a cone number it displays its temperature range expressed in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Wanna have it? Just copy the code and past it between the <body>....</body> tags of your homepage. All add-ons are for free.




To install the add-on as pop-up include these code snippets in a HTML page:

Into the header between the tags <head>.....</head>

Into the body between the tags <body>.....</body>


The pop-up looks like that:


This add-on converts Mol <-> Analysis <-> Unity <-> Mol% and calculates molecular weight and Si / Al ratio of a glaze.




To install the add-on as pop-up include these code snippets in a HTML page:

Into the header between the tags <head>.....</head>

Into the body between the tags <body>.....</body>


The pop-up looks like that:


This add-on returns name and atomic weight of any element of the periodic table entered into the second field of the add-on (case sensitive). It calculates the molecular weight of a molecule multiplied by the amount of moles entered into the first field. For example enter "1 Mol H2O" as "1 - H - 2 - O" into fields 1 to 4 and get 17.99. Enter "Mo" in field 1 and get "Molybdenum 95.94"




To install the add-on as pop-up include these code snippets in a HTML page:

Into the header between the tags <head>.....</head>

Into the body between the tags <body>.....</body>


The pop-up looks like that:


This little add-on recalculates weight parts for a given total weight. It may be useful for a house wife making a cake. When she got a recipe made of 6 ingredients with a total weight of 250 but needs 950, she simply enters this amount by clicking "Submit" and will survive! Great, isn't it ? :-)



To install the add-on as pop-up include these code snippets in a HTML page:

Into the header between the tags <head>.....</head>

Into the body between the tags <body>.....</body>


The pop-up looks like that:


Got a great idea for an other little add-on?
Let me know!