When studying a passage of Chinese text, more often than not, having inline pronunciation would be a big help. Mandarinspot provides website pop-up translations and also annotation of Chinese text including word lists for various HSK levels, and various phonetic pronunciation systems (even Zhuyin 注音 ).
Either enter the address of the website you’d like annotated, or copy and paste the text into the Mandarinspot website, choose the phonetic system you want to use for in-line pronunciation, and hit the ‘Annotate’ button. (If you select ‘For Printing’, then you’ll have the choice to print a word list from the available HSK lists at the bottom of the annotated text):
The result is a clearly annotated and word-separated passage of text with pop-up translations. This tool makes studying Chinese so much more efficient by eliminating time that would otherwise be wasted searching a dictionary for the proper pronunciation of a word.