extension ExtPose

Custom JavaScript for websites

Description from extension meta Run custom JavaScript on any website.
Image from store Custom JavaScript for websites
Description from store Use this tool to inject custom javascript in any website. Your scripts are kept in the local storage and applied across domain URLs. You can use jQuery 1.11.0 or 2.1.0 or your own external scripts Usage: - site debugging (wrong list sort, etc.) - hiding annoyng popups and Ads - anything you can think of :) New features: - Ace Editor (formating, highlight, undo/redo by hotkeys) - Draft auto save (so doesn't matter when you close the window without saving) - Hosts (websites) switch (you can browse customjs of other websites) - Include external script (eq. Underscore.js is cool) - Launch script on the page embedded by iframe Change log: - 2.1.3 - Fixed Cyrillic problem in source - 2.1.40 - Fixed a problem with the installation Thanks to: Ace - http://ace.c9.io/ Pure - http://purecss.io/
Latest reviews (2019-10-15) Alexander Prange: Doesn't work. Waist of time. (2019-10-14) Paul Vasile: Doesn't work (2019-10-08) Василий Бутов: Does exactly what it supposed to, BUT if you clear site data, extension's data clears as well. I'd like ether an option to keep script even after clearing site data or some preset templates to quickly apply changes. P.S.: absolutely love this extension, but 2 starts just for devs to notice this. (2019-09-27) Motaz Ibrahim: There is no explanation on how to open the editor and use it I click on it and then nothing (2019-09-08) Adrian Boisclair: This is a great extension. Seems to have a few minor issues, ie sometimes the javascript doesn't load into the editor (the dropdown text-box containing the JS) but other than that it works nicely. I'm curious though.. One thing that strikes me as a little bit intrusive on an individuals privacy is that your extension is able to read all of our browsing history. Is this 100% necessary? If you had an anonymous version of it I bet it would be huge in popularity. (2019-09-07) Adam Yeh: This is perfect app and i love it so much! (2019-09-06) K F: Za każdym razem czasu usuwa napisane skrypty.[PL] Every time deletes prepared scripts .[ENG] (2019-08-15) Jake Crump: hey google. Delete all other js-injection plugins because this one works and the others are trash. kthxb (2019-08-11) Will Ashley: Has a pretty egregious bug. When you paste in your JS to the text area, hit save, reload the page, then click the extension again, only the first line of the pasted code is prefilled in the editor, but it seems like the extension does indeed save the state because the snippet still runs. Seems like a very strange bug. It should always show the full snippet upon reload each time, otherwise it is not worth the time as tweaking your snippet as your needs change will be untenable. (2019-07-16) Evan Matariel: Funciona de maravilla (2019-07-11) xj x: only one line of source loaded (2019-07-03) M i r a c H: Works perfect, dont forget to block your .js file on console! (2019-04-03) Sergey Nagorets: Works perfectly, but having possibility to sync would be great! (2019-03-30) Jean Marc: It works but I can't see the code after few days, only the first line of the code is visible, don't want to write everything all over again. (2019-02-13) Ethan M: No more clicking the same button across 30 tabs. I just find the button (via XPath -- see below), and let this wonderful CJS extension rip! var x = document.evaluate('//path/to/some/button', document, null, XPathResult.ORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE); x.snapshotItem(0).click(); I am - however -- having better luck with this apparently cloned version of CJS: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/custom-javascript-for-web/ddbjnfjiigjmcpcpkmhogomapikjbjdk/related?hl=en. (2019-01-30) David Brewitz: Been using it for a couple years and it does what it says.Works great for adding your custom js. (2019-01-10) Jukka Hautakorpi: Scripts dissapear every other month or so without a trace. Not so good. (2018-12-09) Michael Ivanov: Exactly what I was looking for. (2018-11-27) Erik Brickarp: Performs exactly what it says and performs it well! (2018-10-23) Joseph Salerno: Simple, to the point and no annoying extra feature or limitation. Just perfect. (2018-08-29) eslam alshbah: I like it so much (2018-07-19) Ron Klein: Great just missing the ability to import & export the JS code (for backup or for moving to another computer) Also, there is a bug that it's not possible to inject more then 2 external files (the second line is wrongly concatenated with the third line creating wrong url to inject) (2018-05-27) Nicolas Mokris: Custom code suddenly disappeared. (2018-05-11) Marat Dospolov: Man it's awesome!!! Thank you!!! (2018-04-24) Merbin Joe: Nice, very helpful

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4.3725 (357 votes)
Last update / version
2019-10-13 / 2.2.5



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