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2014

CSS XUL - Firefox Interface : Chrome element names and IDs - MozillaZine Knowledge Base

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When editing userChrome.css, you must add CSS selectors based on the element names and IDs/classes of the XUL user interface. There is no comprehensive listing of every single possible selector to use when styling the user interface (just as it would be silly to create such a comprehensive list for a web page), but a few of the more common and interesting selectors are listed below. The best way to discover how to select an element in the user interface is to use the DOM Inspector.

USERSTYLES - REMOVE : Yahoo Mail: "Add Yahoo! as an application for mailto links?" • mozillaZine Forums

Hide "add as an application for mailto links" notifications : notification[value="Protocol Registration: mailto"] { display: none !important; }

2013

CSS - USERSTYLES - Code for various Firefox elements? - forum.userstyles.org

You can inspect the Firefox user interface directly with DOM Inspector. (Which is not the same Inspector as in the Web Developer menu.) [addons.mozilla.org] https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/dom-inspector-6622/Click the icon in the upper-left corner of DOMi, the one with a pointer on it, then click anywhere in the browser to select an element; that element will be highlighted in the left column. Right-click the highlighted entry to display a context menu: "Copy Selector" suggests selectors for the element, "Set Pseudo-classes..." lets you switch on :hover. Notice that the browser itself is a document with its own URI, chrome://browser/content/browser.xul, Most of the browser chrome is XUL, but some, such as the Stylish editor, is HTML embedded in XUL. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/XUL

2009

Development resources - MozillaZine Knowledge Base

Development resources From MozillaZine Knowledge Base Websites that are useful for Mozilla development. This knowledge base also has a few articles on extension development.

Xulfr.org - Découvrez et apprenez à développer des applications XUL, des extensions pour Firefox ou tout autre logiciels basés sur Firefox !

Ce site est consacré à toutes les technologies disponibles sur la plate-forme Mozilla®, utilisée par le navigateur Mozilla Firefox™, le client mail Mozilla Thunderbird™ et les autres produits de la fondation Mozilla®. La plate-forme Mozilla® permet de développer des applications desktop ou web, fonctionnant nativement sur la plupart des systèmes d'exploitations. C'est aussi la première plate-forme vous permettant de réaliser des clients riches ou d'utiliser Firefox en tant que client riche. En effet, de l'interface graphique utilisateur reposant sur un format XML, XUL™, aux composants XPCOM réutilisables et multi plate-forme, Mozilla offre tout un ensemble de technologies, pour la plupart standardisées et relativement aisé à mettre en oeuvre : XBL, EcmaScript (Javascript 1.8), CSS, XHTML/HTML 5, SVG, XForms, MATHML, RDF, DOM, XML-RPC ... Vous pouvez commencer par une présentation de XUL.

XUL (XML User Interface Language) - MDC

XUL (XML User Interface Language) is Mozilla's XML-based language that lets you build feature-rich cross platform applications that can run connected or disconnected from the Internet. These applications are easily customized with alternative text, graphics and layout so they can be readily branded or localized for various markets. Web developers already familiar with Dynamic HTML (DHTML) will learn XUL quickly and can start building applications right away. Open XUL Periodic Table in Firefox or another Gecko-based browser to see some XUL demos.

DOM Inspector (also known as DOMi) - developer tool - MDC

The DOM Inspector (also known as DOMi) is a developer tool used to inspect, browse, and edit the Document Object Model of documents - usually web pages or XUL windows. The DOM hierarchy can be navigated using a two-paned window that allows for a variety of different views on the document and all nodes within.

DOM events - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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DOM (Document Object Model) events allow event-driven programming languages like JavaScript, JScript, ECMAScript, VBScript and Java to register various event handlers/listeners on the element nodes inside a DOM tree, e.g. HTML, XHTML, XUL and SVG documents. Historically, like DOM, the event models used by various web browsers had some significant differences. This caused compatibility problems. To combat this, the event model was standardized by the W3C in DOM Level 2.

XUL greasemonkey - Recherche Google

manipuler données XUL avec greasemonkey.....est-ce possible? par exemple pour modifier l'extension officielle de delicious.

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