How to enable HTTP3 in Chrome / Firefox / Safari

Mattias recently tweeted that his website can now be served over HTTP/3 “even though no browser supports it yet”. While it’s true that no browser supports it out of the box right now, there are options to enable HTTP/3. Here’s how. 🧪 As with all experimental technolgy/features: things might break! Be warned! ~ Google Chrome […]

Chrome Extension Webpack Boilerplate

If you ever want to create a Chrome Extension, this repo might come in handy: A basic foundation boilerplate for rich Chrome Extensions using Webpack to help you write modular and modern Javascript code, load CSS easily and automatic reload the browser on code changes. Chrome Extension Webpack Boilerplate →

Conceal sensitive information in the Azure Portal with the “Azure Mask” browser extension

If you’re ever doing a livestream you might run into the problem that you’re about to expose sensitive information on your screen, such as UUIDs, emails, passwords, etc. For Azure Portal specifically there’s a browser extension called Azure Mask that does it all for you: This is a browser extension that will mask GUIDs (such […]

Chrome vs. WordPress: All Text Showing as Glyphs / Symbols 🤯

Ever since mid december I’ve had a few reports from people that they were seeing my blog – the thing you’re reading now – rendered in unreadable text. Instead of seeing a nice serif font, they got presented with some wingdings-like symbols for all the text when visiting through Chrome on macOS. Hmm, unreadable on […]

Quieter Permission UI for Notifications coming to Chrome 80

Looking forward to this Chrome 80 feature: To protect notifications as a useful service for users, Chrome 80 will show, under certain conditions, a new, quieter notification permission UI that reduces the interruptiveness of notification permission requests. Immediately after the Chrome 80 release, users will be able to opt-in to the new UI manually in […]

Emulate Dark Mode using Chrome DevTools

Coming to the next version of Chrome is a way to emulate “Dark Mode” using the DevTools. With the DevTools open and focused, hit SHIFT+CMD+P and choose “Emulate CSS prefers-color-scheme: dark” from the menu You can also access the option via the Rendering panel. (Via @ChromeDevTools)

SessionBox – Log in with multiple accounts to any website

For some online services such as Twitter and Facebook I have more than one account. Be it accounts for my company, an alter ego, my children, etc. To easily switch between these accounts – without logging out, back in, and doing the 2FA dance – I rely on a Chrome Extension named SessionBox which allows […]

Disable Hardware Media Keys Support in Chrome

A new feature that landed in Chrome 73 is support for hardware Media Keys. Whenever you press one of the play/pause/next/prev buttons on your keyboard, Chrome can now respond to this and will pause/play the actively playing element. Whilst this might be a good addition for many, it doesn’t work me, as I’m constantly playing […]