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    SitePoint Member iamlegend's Avatar
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    The only grease monkey i use is my auto mechanic
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    Hmmmmmmm, I use greasemonkey to find hidden IFrames that can hide nasty codes and such.

    I Have a traffic exchange and just to be on the safeside i delete any sites that have multiple hidden Iframes.

    Don't know what else it's useful for.

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    Greasemonkey has its uses, Personally I've only used Stylish (Lets you edit the css of a page) a few times, Mainly major sites i goto that have extremely in the way adverts and such.

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    hey where can i get that Firebug thingie your talking about??

    and what does it actually do??

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    type firebug into google

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    getfirebugcom

    won't let me post url just put a . in the com

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitz View Post
    type firebug into google
    how cum i never thought of that...

    Whats does it actually do?? does it really debugs your work or something??

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    Just to give an example of its usefulness. I work for a credit card processing company that needs to pull leads from a sales lead providing website for our cold calls. The site only allows you to click one one lead at a time. Since we can use up to a thousand or more leads a day, you can see how this would take a while.

    With Greasemonkey, we can set it to auto check each lead instantly. A huuuggge time saver.

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    I am a greasemonkey user and write scripts for fixing sites that I visit often (fix them for myself) I don't think it should be listed as a must have plug-in for web developers. It would rather qualify as cool to have plug-in for people who like tweaking with stuff.

    I tried themes etc. on gmail before the nerds at google thought it's a good idea. I didn't try moving my gmail labels to right (they have the option now) but I am sure it was possible with GM.

    Someone mentioned ad blocking with GM, that's totally not the intended way to use it (you can use adblock for that), the documentation says it's better to use adblock

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    Quote Originally Posted by aguroyz View Post
    how cum i never thought of that...

    Whats does it actually do?? does it really debugs your work or something??
    FireBug is the bomb.
    Call it up, then mouse-over the code. It will highlight the element in the browser window, including any margin or padding. It will also show all the css rules that are effecting that element.
    Priceless if your having trouble with specifity issues.
    It also has some other bells and whistles, but the de-bugging my code is what I use it for the most.

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    i used Grease monkey after hearing here, it is really cool thanks
    Last edited by enkass132; Jan 22, 2009 at 11:44.

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    was looking at grease monkey then came across this post now I have to look into firebug. you guys are making me do too much work... kidding ofcourse. Thanks for the info everyone

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    I'm a fan of Firefox. A must have for all SEO Enthusiasts is to have SEO Firefox and SEO Quake. Both are awesome must haves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinique View Post
    I'm a fan of Firefox. A must have for all SEO Enthusiasts is to have SEO Firefox and SEO Quake. Both are awesome must haves.
    Do they install in greaseMonkey (in which case you'd be able to use them in IE and Opera as well - both of which have GreaseMonkey equivalents)? If not why did you post about them in a thread about Greasemonkey?
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