Nautilus (Ubuntu's file manager) and bookmarks

In the very old days, the Ubuntu's file manager's bookmarks were stored directly as invisible file in the home folder ($HOME/.gtk-bookmarks). Since 14.04, they have been hiding two levels deep in $HOME/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks.

And if you wonder where the Nautilus scripts are, they are nowadays at $HOME/.local/share/nautilus/scripts/.

Konqueror bookmark xml (xbel) files and its display in web browsers (Mozilla that is) using stylesheets (css or xsl)

Konqueror stores its bookmarks in an xml file (bookmarks.xml) of document type xbel (XML Bookmark Exchange Language). Because I want to have my bookmark file always online (a link from my homepage), I need a way to convert the XBEL file into an HTML file or make the browser display the XML file. Most browsers can display xml data, but they need a seperate style sheet document to do so. Thus I inserted into the bookmarks.xml file a reference to a css style sheet file (bookmarks.css):