By adam.wulf on February 3, 2011
By Shawn Blanc on August 28, 2010
Awesome Screenshot is light-weight, straightforward, and very useful. You use it to take a screenshot of a site’s entire page, or just what you see in your browser window. And you can draw on your screenshot, add notes, crop it down, save it, share it, and more.
By Chris Ryan on June 9, 2010
Apple’s new Safari 5 brings support for browser extensions, which the company plans to showcase on its own gallery in a few months. In the meantime, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites.
By Maile Ohye on May 27, 2010
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Another useful extension is the Resolution Test that changes the size of the browser window, so web developers can preview websites in different screen resolutions. It also includes a list of commonly used resolutions, as well as a custom option to input your own resolution.
With the Web Developer extension, you can access additional developer tools such as validation options, page resizing and a CSS elements viewer; all from an additional button in the toolbar.
Another extension you should check out is the Chrome Editor that allows you to easily code within your browser, so you don’t have to flip between your browser and code editor. You can also save a code reference locally to your computer for later use.
Written by Koh Kim, Google Chrome Team
By adamwulf on June 17, 2009
gReactions is a Firefox extension that allows you to read comments from all over the web to your posts, directly from Google Reader.