Posted by jpluimers on 2015/02/19
Smart, it works in any modern html5 capable browser:
Be sure to look at the blog post and comments at Jose Jesus Perez Aguinaga : One line browser notepad as they explain why this works, and how to extend it in a couple of really smart way.
via: Jose Jesus Perez Aguinaga : One line browser notepad.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2015/02/13
Maybe this is one of the reasons I hardly use Safari: viewing the source code of a web page requires you to enable the “Develop menu:
- Safari menu > Preferences > Advanced.
- Check “Show Develop menu in menu bar”. Close Safari’s preferences.
- Develop menu > Show Page Source
Thanks John Galt for answering the above.
via How do you view source code in safari?: Apple Support Communities.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2015/02/06
Besides the cache empty instructions, these keyboard shortcut to get to the settings in various browsers are also really helpful:
- Control+Shift+Delete on a PC, or
- Shift+Command+Delete on a Mac.
via: 13 Ways to Clear Your Browser’s Cache – wikiHow.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2014/12/05
Will one day come in handy: About – StackPrinter.
Especially their deleted questions section (if you have 10k + rep that is).
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Posted by jpluimers on 2014/11/24
Saving a web page for posterity is really easy: just prepend http://liveweb.archive.org/ in front of the URL in your browser, then open the page.
The Wayback Machine (Internet Aarchive) wil instantly archive it.
See this great answer by Jeff Atwood quite a while ago:
One thing that the ineffable Jason Scott just pointed out to me on Twitter:
if you give the url of the page to http://liveweb.archive.org and wait five minutes, it will archive that page. How about that?
Also you can enter
http://liveweb.archive.org/http://www.website.com/page to have it happen without visiting the page.
So if you want to ensure that a popular soon-to-be or may-possibly-be deleted question gets archived by the Internet Archive, manually feed them to the URL above.
I suppose for already deleted questions, we could also undelete, wait 5 minutes, let it archive, then re-delete.
via: Building an archive of deleted questions – Meta Stack Overflow.
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