Sure, you have seen how to create a search plugin before, but have you ever been promised a two minute or less learning curve? The folks over at Digital Inspiration have produced a very handy tutorial giving you everything you need to know about creating a search plugin.
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It might seem like more trouble than it is worth, but this tutorial will show you how to get Mozilla Firefox installed and running in your RAM rather than from your hard drive. After reading through the step by step process, it seems simple enough. I guess I’m not sure how much of an advantage you are really going to see though.
Say what bad things you want about them, I have to thank webmonkey.com for teaching me many different things when I first came Online. I still remember their tables tutorial, with the plate of food as an example, like it was written yesterday. Well this time the team is back at it again, but this time they are showing you how to create your own Firefox extension.
Today let’s take a look at how one goes about creating these magical extensions. The active ingredient is XUL, a markup language (the eXtensible [or "XML-Based"] User-interface Language, to be precise) that describes things like toolbars, menus, keyboard shortcuts.
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