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.