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[http://www.reifysoft.com/turnabout.php Turnabout] is a tool for IE for the same purpose.  Its APIs are largely compatible with Greasemonkey, allowing for cross-browser user scripts.
[http://www.reifysoft.com/turnabout.php Turnabout] is a tool for IE for the same purpose.  Its APIs are largely compatible with Greasemonkey, allowing for cross-browser user scripts.
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Opera can also run Greasmonkey scipts using the built-in support for [http://www.opera.com/support/tutorials/userjs/ user javascripts].
This page collects ways to use them with microformats.
This page collects ways to use them with microformats.

Revision as of 19:31, 2 November 2005

Contents

About GreaseMonkey

Greasemonkey is a powerful tool for customizing Firefox.

Turnabout is a tool for IE for the same purpose. Its APIs are largely compatible with Greasemonkey, allowing for cross-browser user scripts.

Opera can also run Greasmonkey scipts using the built-in support for user javascripts.

This page collects ways to use them with microformats.

Getting Started

Get Greasemonkey

Developing with Greasemonkey

Demo

Setup

[will ultimately be depreciating much of the code of this in favour of Mark Pilgrim's scripts for extracting the data]

Prebuilt hCard

Dynamic hCard

hCard Mapping

xFolk demo

Resources

Posts and Articles

Scripts

Some sample scripts:

hCard
http://diveintomark.org/projects/greasemonkey/hcard/
http://www.blogmatrix.com/include/microformat-find.user.js
hCalendar
http://www.blogmatrix.com/include/microformat-find.user.js
xFolk
http://thecommunityengine.com/resources/xfolk-veg-o-matic.user.js
http://www.blogmatrix.com/include/microformat-find.user.js
RelLicense
http://diveintomark.org/projects/greasemonkey/rellicense/
XFN (Magic Line)
http://diveintomark.org/projects/greasemonkey/magicline.user.js
GRDDL/RDF
http://alf.hubmed.org/microcontentextractor.user.js
greasemonkey was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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