Earlier in the year I created the Jekyll Post Creator bookmarklet, which allows you to generate and download a Jekyll-formatted file linking to the page you trigger it from.
I’ve been holding back on using it myself because the workflow to manage the generated posts isn’t great. However, this neat Firefox extension makes life a little easier.
This extension allows you to specify different save folders according to filters based on the filename and/or domain.
You can set up a simple rule for downloads from “jpc.justkez.com” and route all downloads into a designated directory, where you can edit and copy the posts to your hearts’ content; much easier than losing countless markdown files in your generic downloads folder.
Download Automatic Save Folder for Firefox.