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Web Geek’s Guide to Google™ Chrome by Yvette Davis, Jerri Ledford

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PART IITinkering Around Under the Hood

In This Part:

An Open Source Overview

Developing Sites for Chrome

Spit-Shining Chrome

Make It Yours

Part of what makes Google Chrome so different from other browsers is that it’s based on open source code, so you can monkey around with it to truly make Chrome your own web browser.

In this part of the book, you learn a bit more about the customization that you can add to Chrome if you’re willing to play with the code. Of course, there’s a preface that tells you a bit more about why and how all the parts of Chrome work so that you don’t really make any mistakes while you’re following the examples in the book.

When you’re finished with this part, though, you should feel pretty comfortable tinkering ...

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