You can find a demo of this bookmarklet on YouTube
Create a new bookmark in your browser, then copy/paste the minified code below into the URL field.
You can customize the output using the optional variables at the top, and the template at the bottom. The default template is designed for use with the Dataview plugin. If you make changes I recommend using Bookmarklet Maker to minify and URI encode the bookmarklet.
By default, clicking the bookmarklet creates a new Obsidian file from the main body of the article (similar to Readability view). Alternatively you can choose to create a file from a selection, by either selecting all (
CMD+A), or just a portion of the page.
Any images in the content will be embedded as external references. If you want to download images locally you can use the Local Images plugin which allows you to download images for a note.
This bookmarklet may not work on all websites. If you run into issues, you can also try the MarkDownload browser extension which provides similar functionality. You can troubleshoot issues by opening the Developer Console in your browser and checking if any errors appear when you click the bookmarklet. The most common error is that a website or the browser itself is blocking third party code execution. Unfortunately there is no good solve for that yet.
Thanks for sharing this, i had faced one problems with the script by @kepano for generating markdown for long pages, it was silently failing and the way few characters clipped with the implementation of @skelly-larry . I used implemetation from @kepano, @jordanwiseman and @skelly-larry as input (thanks to all of them) and improved the script by removing character limitation for full page clipping with the aid of advanced uri plugin, meaning Obsidian Advanced URI plugin must be installed and enabled. Also selected range of text and tagging work as good as other implementations. Tested on Chrome and Firefox with no issue. Hope that helps to those who have not made the previous implementations work for them and those who have been looking for a full scale implementation.