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What Is Greasemonkey (41 tags)
Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that lets you write scripts to alter the web pages you visit. Mark Pilgrim, author of Greasemonkey Hacks, shows how to install and use Greasemonkey to enhance your Firefox surfing experience.

Using Extensions in Firefox (3 tags)
The Firefox browser has a lot going for it, and one of its best traits is its ability to use extensions that add to its features. Wei-Meng Lee, author of Windows XP Unwired, shows you how to find and install them, and clues you in to his favorites.

The Future of Mozilla Application Development (2 tags)
Recently, announced a major update to its development roadmap. Some of the changes in the new document represent a fundamental shift in the direction and goals of the Mozilla community. In this article, David Boswell and Brian King analyze the new roadmap, and demonstrate how to convert an existing XPFE-based application into an application that uses the new XUL toolkit. David and Brian are the authors of O'Reilly's Creating Applications with Mozilla.

Getting Dreamweaver MX Up to Speed with PHP (2 tags)
Thanks to the hard work of developers, there are plenty of free and commercial add-ons available for using PHP with Dreamweaver. In this article, David McFarland, author of Dreamweaver MX: The Missing Manual, points you to several extensions that will bring powerful and useful enhancements to Dreamweaver's PHP features.