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variuos hacks: url[_of_] search results[_of_] regex [_of_8] xml [_of73] HTML5, open search, .. etc..
24 Add-ons in this Collection
Reinstates the extensions.checkCompatibility preference without respect to the current application version.
Does everything for an HTML table: Copy (table/row/column/cell), Sort (multi-column), Search (regex, range operations ...), Filter, Chart, Statistics, Rearrange, Combine/Compare. To use: Right click in a real HTML table for the "tabletools2" option.
FoxReplace by Marc
Lets you replace text in web pages. You can define a substitution list and apply it automatically or at your own discretion, or make individual substitutions. You can use this as a filter, or just for fun :)
Open in a sidebar or in a tab and write headers directly. Simplicity, JS substitution, built-in functions, encryption, and regexp support.
You can easy modify header on each HTTP call on the Mozilla Firefox.
Quickly and easily increment and decrement numbers and strings in URLs for navigating through URL sequences.
This extension can simplify the rule to just specify the URI and Content type and can enable/disable each rule separately.
What's more, it can customize the web pages by user scripts which is similar to Grease Monkey.
A Regular Expression testing tool
Allow RegExp developer to test the regular expression on the live HTML content. Useful for those who work on crawling website data.
LinkParser helps you analyze the links on the page you are on at that very moment. It can differentiate between 9 different types of links and can mark them in different colors. Very customizable.sdas
Bridges the HTML5 Web SQL Database API to tabular XMLA (XML for Analysis) data sources.
Display the results of an XSLT 1.0 transformation (including on a currently loaded page), on a one-shot or Grease-monkey-like per-site basis
Displays the content of the HTML5 Local Storage for the current site.
A tool for generating structured descriptor documents for HTTP accessible resources. HTML+RDFa based Linked Data is the default Descriptor Document format. Other formats are available via page hosted links or content negotiation.