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A technical blog about programming in PHP and about technology in general: programming, workarounds and troubleshooting

The other day I downloaded “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury as a free eBook, and tried to read it. I found that I cannot read much more than the titles of each chapter. I tried double-clicking and dragging, and saw that something appears on the screen, organized in paragraphs. Right Click->Inspect Element Now, a sub-window …

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In the previous post, How To Develop Firefox Extensions – Intro, we discussed the Chrome document’s DOM. In this post, we’ll learn how to create an add-on that can be installed.  In this post, we’ll learn how to access the Chrome document’s nodes, and to organize an XPI (Cross Platform Installer) file. XPI files are …

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Firefox users can add functionality to their browser by installing an add-on.  To install an add-n click on Tools->Add-ons. You can then search for your requested add-on: add-on to download movies from a site, to share a page in Facebook, to add a Delicious bookmark, etc. Another useful add-on is DOM Inspector, which allows you …

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There are other languages in which you can write LibreOffice macros. One of them is Javascript. If you’ve installed the package “libreoffice-script-provider-js”, you can write Javascript macros. In Linux’ you can use apt-get or rpm to install it. Javascript macros can be edited from LibreOffice, and is ready to run without compilation. .In the Developer …

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