Who doesn't like a good picture over a thousand words? An infographic is just a pictorial representation of some data - a short, single-page, at-a-glance presentation. I figured I've done enough with Chrome extensions to try my hand at creating one. Check it out and let me know what you think!
A lot of sites load extra content along the top and in sidebars, to keep you on the site longer. It'd be trivial for Twitter to hide trends or who to follow, but there's no incentive to do it. I don't need the distractions though, so I wrote a Chrome extension to remove them!
I continued working on "Hide Comments Everywhere" this weekend. It's been fun learning and building. Try it out and let me know what you think! Here are a few interesting things I learned this weekend.
I finished writing an extension for Chrome to hide comments. Can't do something like this without learning something new though! Here's a few of the more interesting things I learned last week.
Frequently, when I read an article from a major news outlet or watch a YouTube video, I find the comments far more upsetting than the content. Here's a new Chrome extension I created that hides many comments, and what I learned in the process.
We all have our favorite web browser with our favorite extensions loaded, but have you ever considered writing your own? In the past few months I've created a couple extensions to suit my own needs. Here's what I've learned!
I just created the world's smallest Chrome extension! Well, maybe not, but it's pretty darn small. I self-host the Ghost platform for this blog, and there's a nice feature where you can type /edit after the URL of a post and it'll redirect you to the editor for that post.
PART 1 | PART 2 | PART 3 I was looking forward to wrapping this extension up within the first couple days of xmas break (my workplace shuts its doors between Christmas and New Year’s), but then every single one of my kids got sick in turn. All of them. It