Talk:Web Browser Extensions

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Question: Can someone post a link or some directions on how these toolbars were created? from

Answer: Although none of the links provided gives specific, step-by-step instructions for building a specific library toolbar, you will find throughout the extensive Programming Resources section many links that will guide you to build a toolbar. Scilib 17:07, 14 Jul 2005 (EDT)

Accessibilty & webdevelopers extensions

I was thinking about accessibility in libraries, both from the point of view of the patron that uses library's PCs and from the point of view of the staff that designs library sites. So I added some extensions "Fangs Screen Reader Emulator", "Web Developer Toolbar", "Web Accessibility Toolbar", and more extensions could be added. Only I am not sure this is the right (or the main) place where put this kind of resources. What do you think? --everything 07:08, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)

I think it should focus only on extensions that are very closely related to libraries, and access to library content (including searching). Otherwise it will end up being a list of every extension. (scilib) 13:09, 15 Jul 2005 (EDT)

linking to javascript: installs?

I don't know how to make JavaScript links in MediaWiki (necessary to add direct links to search plugins). Scilib 17:55, 19 January 2006 (EST)