[TAG] Viewing homestead.com web pages
predivan at ptt.yu
Sun Feb 26 02:17:20 MSK 2006
On Mon, 20 Feb 2006 18:39:18 +0000
Jimmy O'Regan wrote:
> Benjamin A. Okopnik wrote:
> > (If the page really *is* unique, _and_ is badly broken, _and_ you really
> > need to view it in a graphical browser, _and_ you have to keep going
> > back there, Mozilla and Firefox have a plugin that allows you to "edit"
> > the HTML of a given site and remembers your edits locally. Whenever you
> > go to that page, your edits are auto-applied. Unfortunately, I don't
> > recall the name of the plugin... Jimmy, I think I learned about it from
> > you. Do you recall the name?)
> Mozilla and Firefox let you override the CSS for any page you want
> (user.css IIRC); there's also Greasemonkey for Firefox, which lets you
> Recently, I came across something that allows you to edit a web page and
> save your edits as a Greasemonkey script: I'll pass on the link as soon
> as I can dig it up.
I also like Web Developer(http://www.chrispederick.com/work/webdeveloper/)
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