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A tool to make it ridiculously easy to not just find and edit broken links, but has other features to apply to them, like changing their style.
Recommended by Internet Archive, which is good enough for me.
A dark theme for Pale Moon.
A Qt cross-platform web browser.
Brave is a web browser that uses components from Chrome to build a more security-conscious browser which also has an alternate advertising mechanism with revenue sharing.
Like Chrome, it's missing fundamental things.
A web browser by Google, designed to be fast and perfectly willing to sacrifice features.
I'm only using this for roll20.net compatibility.
- Properly titled Google Chrome
Other browsers are built with some of Chrome's open source components:
A cross-browser script that adds a button to download YouTube videos as MP4 and FLV files. This script downloads the videos directly from YouTube and it integrates with YouTube's interface.
It creates a button under the video, to the left of "Add to"
A USB storage testing application.
A tiny, portable, storage device speed tester. Created specifically for USB storage.
Very very nice. Easy to use
(Yes, USB storage is that bad with small files)
Yet another VoIP client.
A clumsy "pretends to be pretty" interface, but it seems reasonable enough. Definitely not better than Mumble for the basics.
It might be better-suited for large groups, or because it has a free server, or some other thing I haven't discovered. I'll keep it in my toolbox, but I don't really like it.
Redirect your 404 pages to a page or a custom URL. Turn them into 301 (page moved), 302 or 307 codes so that search engines aren't so offended by missing pages.
Does the job, and it's an important job.
- See also 404 to 301 Log Manager, a payware addon to extend functionality.
I do believe that using CloudFlare will hijack your 404 page though. =(