How to write a Chrome extension
Expand the capabilities of your browser with our step-by-step guide to writing a Chrome extension
By , 22 Nov 2010 at 14:19
Writing a basic extension for your web browser isn't as complicated as you might think.
Read our In Depth guide to creating a Chrome browser extension and then follow the instructions in this step-by-step guide, and you could have your own, hand-coded add-on running in less than 15 minutes.
Step 03 - click spanner icon in far RIGHT...?
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