View Selection Source In Google Chrome

View Selection Source is a very handy feature in Firefox, which allows you to view the HTML source code for only the selected content. If you are Google Chrome user, you can use a new Google Chrome Extension called View Selection Source to get the same functionality in Chrome.

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disable javascript in google chrome

The latest Dev channel of Google Chrome offers advance options to control cookies, images, JavaScript, plug-ins, and pop-ups. Users can either block these contents or opt to allow only certain trusted sources.

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Google Chrome 4 now supports Greasemonkey scripts which means you can enjoy the userscripts as chrome extensions.

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Google Chrome 5

Google Chrome 5 is released to the dev channel. It fixes several bugs and now also allows users to control cookies, images, JavaScript, Plug-ins and Pop-ups. You can control whether to allow cookies or load images in the browser, add exceptions for cookies, disable images, disable JavaScript and more in Google Chrome 5.

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Lock Tabs in Google Chrome

Quite sometime back I had told you about a solution to overcome accidental browser closure in Google Chrome, however, I just came across a Google Chrome extension which locks tabs and alerts you when you try to close it or load a new URL in it.

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extension icons on Chrome's toolbar

If you have installed even five or six extensions in Google Chrome, your toolbar gets crowded. This is one really annoying feature in Chrome that you can’t hide or reorder extension buttons on toolbar. A new Chromium build will allow users to hide extensions or resize them.

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Google Chrome Extensions Gallery

The stable version of Google Chrome now officially supports Extensions and Bookmark Sync. If you are not sure what extensions to use, you can take a look at all the Google Chrome Extensions we have covered in the past to make the choice easier for you.

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Google-Chrome

Google Chrome 4.0 stable release adds support for extensions and bookmark synchronization.

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Google Docs extension for Google Chrome browser

Using this Chrome extension for Google Docs, uses can view and create documents, presentations, spreadsheets etc. right from the extension popup.

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chrome-recently-closed

Google Chomre’s latest developer channel build brings back support for Windows 7 Jumplists, adds access to recently closed tabs.

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We can across another Easter Egg in Google Chrome where users can teleport goats from the Task Manager. This is basically available on version 4.0.266.0 on Linux versions. However, this might also exist in earlier versions of Google Chrome for Linux.

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The dev channel of Chrome for Mac (v4.0.288.1) has now officially got support for both extensions and Bookmark Sync. To start using the Bookmark sync and extensions on Mac, you will have to switch to the dev channel, more information about that can be found here.

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QuickSearch Extension For Google Chrome

QuickSearch extension brings ability to perform search on different sites in Chrome.

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Invisible-Hand-Firefox-Chrome-Extension

InvisibleHand automatically checks various online retailers and notifies you if the item you wish to purchase is available elsewhere at a cheaper price.

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Chrome-Speed-Dial-Configuration-Options

There is no doubt that Chrome’s New Tab Page is extremely handy. However, it is also very rigid. There is very little about the new tab page, that you can change. Speed Dial extension for Chrome tries to make the new tab page more personal by giving you more control.

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