Extension will remember all css/js code you injected in every website and auto-inject them when web page is loaded. Features: - inject custom js/css to website - inject CDN links to website - 38 most popular themes - auto-inject code to site option ( after loaded page scripts will inject automatically) - highlight syntax errors and warnings - hot keys : * Ctrl+Enter - run code, * Ctrl+F - find in editor For inject code to site: - open browser devtools panel, - go to "Inject code" tab - write code ( on typing code autosaving ) - on right top corner set ckeckbox "Inject code", and after reload code will be injecting to page ( or press buttom Play for once execute code )
- (2023-01-03) Mundo Festas VG: works sooo good just one problem, when the user change the tab before the script is injected, it gets injected in another page, and not run in the page i wanted, can i do something to block the user to do that? or re-inject the script, even the tab in focus is another... just saying, thanks for the effort to make this awesome extension!
- (2022-09-21) V: Working like a charm! Please add "Run" button to addon menu or to HTML on running site.
- (2021-10-26) Echology: This extension is perfect, great access to injectable js and css. Looks and functions amazing, good job!
- (2020-08-28) Nakul Vijay: Better way to test . it would be awesome if it could have delay the load feature
- (2023-01-10, v:0.91.21) Glob Dug: Where scripts are stored?
Hello, I was playing with a script and I closed the tab. Now when I load the page the script autoload and freeze my browser cause of a infinite console.log in a loop. The problem is that even if I am fast enough to uncheck the "Auto-inject" checkbox, I don't know where the script I made is stored and how to fix it... The only solution I see is to uninstall the extention but I don't want to do this cause it works very well... :)
- (2022-10-28, v:0.91.21) Elie Grenon (BinaryPoney): Open Source
Please make the project open source so people like me can contribute. It would also make the extension more trustable...
- (2022-07-15, v:0.91.21) Allan Carhart: Where does 'Inject Code' store the code I write?
I know that it is associated with the website or domain name. I'm pretty sure I wrote some JS to be injected but I'm no longer seeing it. Is there somewhere in the filesystem or the Windows registry where you store the code so I can retrieve anything I wrote previously? Thanks!