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While writing on StackOverflow and other community web resources I very frequently have to enclose pieces of text in "blockquote", "em", "pre+code", "a" etc tags, and enter them (even both - opening and closing) manually all the time.

Isn't there a Firefox extension to facilitate this? So that I could just select a piece of text, press a button, and it will be enclosed in a tag I want?

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Maybe you should have a look at Colt.

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And here it is, nicely served up, and ready for you to use. Greasemonkey Markitup Script

Read it up about how to use (click on 'Toggle markItUp' button!!) here

And lets not forget greasemonkey itself.

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