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The [http://chrispederick.com/work/webdeveloper/ Web Developer extension] has several which greatly aid microformat publishers, not least the ability to display <code>class</code>, <code>ID</code>, <code>object</code> and <code>abbr</code> values in-line.
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The [http://chrispederick.com/work/webdeveloper/ Web Developer extension] has several features which greatly aid microformat publishers, not least the ability to display <code>class</code>, <code>ID</code>, <code>object</code> and <code>abbr</code> values in-line.
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Revision as of 17:16, 23 January 2008

Firefox Extensions

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A list of extensions for the FireFox web browser, which detect or extract microformats.

See user-interface for ways in which extensions could or do handle microformats.

Current

Operator

Operator has rapidly found favour with microformat developers (not least for its functions as a validator) and end-users. It provides an architecture for microformat parsing which is likely to be incorporated into the core of future versions of Firefox.

Latest release: 0.8

See also:

Tails

Tails Export

Web Cards

Generic

While these extensions include no microformat-specific tools, the can be of use to microformat publishers.

Glossary of Terms

Gez Lemon's Glossary of Terms displays values from ABBR (and ACRONYM) elements, by listing them at the foot of the page..

Web Developer

The Web Developer extension has several features which greatly aid microformat publishers, not least the ability to display class, ID, object and abbr values in-line.

Forthcoming

BlueOrganiser

LinkAlert

ReminderFox

Firefox developments

Mozilla are "brainstorming" developments for Firefox 3.0 and beyond, and have a page on microformat handling. See also Firefox 3 Requirements.

Netscape Navigator

See also

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