How many times did you search for "about" "team" or even "login" in a page? The common drill was Ctrl+f , then type "about" and then navigate the cursor to the link...
Forget about it .. just type "about", or even "a" and hit enter .
See? Simple... easy!
include typelink.js Type download
typelinkclass to your links
<a href="http://www.mysite.com/login" class="typelink" >About</a>About
You can add custom hint text
Try to type invite
<a href="http://www.mysite.com/invite" class="typelink" data-hint="invite" >Request an invitation </a>Request an invitation
Multiple hints also work for the same link
login ,enter,signin point to Login.
<a href="www.mysite.com/login" class="typelink" data-hint="login|enter|signin" >Login </a>Login
Links don't have to be visible
Try twitter or connect
You can also navigate in page
Try top and bottom
Can be done with js function or by placing empty links on key positions(not that good)
It can also execute JS functions
<a href="www.mysite.com/login" onclick="popUp" class="typelink" data-hint="popup" >Request an invitation </a>
Grands focus to elements
Just type search
<input class="typelink" data-hint="search" />
Customization The very next thing is to enable easy customization to the hint gizmo