Introducing: Click Sync

Chrome’s syncing is pretty magical: you can see your browsing history from your phone, tablet, and computers, all in one place. When you install Chrome on a new computer, it automatically downloads your extensions. You can see your bookmarks everywhere, it even lets you open a tab from another device. There’s one thing that’s always […]

Introducing: Linkify for Chrome

In WordPress 4.2, a fun little feature was quietly snuck into Core, I’m always delighted to see people’s reactions when they discover it. Meagan Hanes 🌈 on Twitter “Thank you kind WordPress Devs for introducing the paste-a-link-on-highlighted-text feature. It’s already saved me half an hour this week!” Twitter Morgan Estes on Twitter “I love being able to […]

Tabs in Firefox 4 (aka, I can’t believe it’s not Chrome)

First up, if you’re not sure how, Lifehacker has a great reference on where to find your userChrome.css file. One of the things I love about Google Chrome is that it shows all the tabs at once – even if it has to get really squishy. By default, Firefox limits them to 100px wide, then […]