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Get Started With Greasemonkey Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that gives you tremendous control over how a page appears in your browser. If you can imagine JavaScript that you wish would run when a site loads, you can make it so. Rearrange a site’s layout, hide annoying elements (ads?), or replace every occurrence of “David Lee Roth” with “Sammy Hagar.” Contents What You Need Firefox web browser Greasemonkey extension for Firefox Intermediate knowledge of JavaScript Install the Greasemonkey Extension Within Firefox, go to the Greasemonkey extension page and click “Add to Firefox.” Once Greasemonkey is installed, you should see it in the bottom right of the status bar. Nothing happened, right? Here, I have a script installed for any URL on the sub-domain images.google.com. In the next section, you’ll add a script to Greasemonkey to see how it works before writing your own. Install a Greasemonkey Script You can find all sorts of Greasemonkey scripts at userscripts.org. Install the Hello World script Floating Menu Code

25 Free Computer Science Books | Coderholic As a computer scientist I'm always looking to improve my knowledge of the subject. There are lots of great sources of information available online, but nothing really beats the depth of knowledge that you can find in a book. It is possible to get the best of both worlds though, as many books are now available online in full, and free of charge! Below is a selection of 25 of the best free computer science books that I've found online, with a brief description of each one. Where the book is also available in printed form I've included a link to Amazon, using my affiliate link. If you'd like to buy one of the books but would rather not help towards the cost of running this blog then you can search for the books directly on the Amazon site. Become An X coder A guide to MacOSX development with Cocoa using Objective-C. The Cathedral and the Bazaar Eric Raymond's brilliant book about Open Source software, and its impact on software development projects. Learn You a Haskell for Great Good!

Home · scriptish/scriptish Wiki Userscripts.org Microformats Greasemonkey O'Reilly Commons From WikiContent Welcome to the O'Reilly Commons. The purpose of this site is to provide content to communities that would like to create, reference, use, modify, update and revise material from O'Reilly or other sources. New Wiki Books This area is for original content that is written and edited directly in the MediaWiki framework. Commons Pool You will find content here that is being contributed by O'Reilly Media to anyone who would like to edit, contribute and get involved in revising or modifying content that, today, may not make commercial sense as a printed book. Community Documentation This area is intended to be for individuals who are interested in writing documentation for open source and other types of software products.

SkipScreen Network Security Tools From WikiContent This concise, high-end guide shows experienced administrators how to customize and extend popular open source security tools such as Nikto, Ettercap, and Nessus. It also addresses port scanners, packet injectors, network sniffers, and web assessment tools. Network Security Tools is the one resource you want at your side when locking down your network. Contents Author Justin Clarke; Nitesh Dhanjani Copyright Copyright © 2005 O'Reilly Media, Inc. Printed in the United States of America. Published by O'Reilly Media, Inc., 1005 Gravenstein Highway North, Sebastopol, CA 95472. O'Reilly books may be purchased for educational, business, or sales promotional use. Nutshell Handbook, the Nutshell Handbook logo, and the O'Reilly logo are registered trademarks of O'Reilly Media, Inc. Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks.

More Mashups: Using Greasemonkey to Weave New Features into Web Sites With this blog entry I am continuing the theme of demonstrating tools to help you build mashups. In this case, I will show how a tool called Greasemonkey can be a powerful approach for building browser side mashups. Greasemonkey is a plugin to Firefox that allows a script developer to inject useful Javascript into any web page. This capability enables you to add new features to sites that you do not own. I will show in this blog how you can add a new feature to the dev2dev website, without having access to the dev2dev code. Later, a follow-up blog will show how this same technique can create a feature on dev2dev that includes data from a different web site, producing a true mashup. NOTE: this blog entry was originally posted July 2nd, 2007 on my previous blogging system (dev2dev.bea.com). This is part 1 of a series of blog entries on Greasemonkey mashups. Client side Code Injection with Greasemonkey Greasemonkey is just cool - and I have been having a lot of fun playing around with it.

User scripts for chrome. Just drag *.js script file to chrome window and drop it. User script in greasemonkey format will be installed natively. by f_ili_n Sep 7

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