by OneSource, 6 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So many less users than other web dev extensions, tools that add an ability like styling, proxy, etc. but SO much better ratings!. I try a lot of extensions, even if I know I am going to delete them, I just like to try new things. While other people are downloading blockers and proxies to try to browse the web safely this tool allows the user to know if using those other extensions is even worth it. It is worrisome, but a user can easily be redirected to a version of the site they meant to go to and would have no idea they are entering info into a "hacked" site. With this tool user can verify that the domain they landed on is the one they wanted because if that is NOT the case, ad blockers are not going to help! Cheers to the Devs! As one who is trying to become a Web Developer myself I feel that every, if not most, systems should give the user more transparency, like being able to "Inspect" a web page and see the http/XML calls. I am not saying "show me every line of code!" but again as a new WebDev I know how easily people are duped simply because the technology is ever changing.
- by Anatole S., 12 days agoRated 4 out of 5A very good extension, but I'm getting this error instead of getting the map :
Google Maps Platform rejected your request. This IP, site or mobile application is not authorized to use this API key. Request received from IP address 2a01:cb00:c0a:c100:340e:d9b1:e087:341, with referer: https://flagfox.net/
Any idea how to fix this ?
- by Firefox user 16823848, a month agoRated 4 out of 5It doesn't show the hosting provider, just the ISP. E.g. the webservers for invidious.snopyta.org are in Finland even though Hetzner Online GmbH is Germany-based, and the extension shows a German IP address.