Questions tagged [browser]

A browser is a software application for surfing hypertext markup; created for surfing the world wide web, they can be utilized for consuming information in private networks also, as well as local environments.

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Crazy Blazin' DOM Injection

Introduction This problem is a challenge that has to do with DOM manipulation at scale and overcoming some issues that may be inherent in dealing with the DOM. This challenge is interesting because ...
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Tell my browser [duplicate]

Background Many people visit webpages, which require special browsers because of lack of compatibility. So you have to write a script (client sided or server sided), which just prints the name of the ...
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Mozilla/1.0 Mozilla/2.0 Mozilla/3.0 Mozilla/4.0 Mozilla/5.0

In the beginning there was NCSA Mosaic, and Mosaic called itself NCSA_Mosaic/2.0 (Windows 3.1), and Mosaic displayed pictures along with text, and there was much ...
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Open the browser to http://codegolf.stackexchange.com

Your job is to open a browser window of the default browser to http://codegolf.stackexchange.com. Your code must open the browser itself, and cannot rely on an open one. This is code-golf, so the ...
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Break Stack Exchange [closed]

Trick the user that StackExchange is broken: It can be done in several ways: Your program starts a browser in some certain way (with a proxy server, for example); Your program shows static picture; ...
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Move the "post your answer" form next to the question on SE sites

I have a problem when posting an answer to a question that already have several answers and/or several comments: The "post your answer" form sits on bottom, the answer is on top. There is an awful ...
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Make a webpage where it looks like the browser is hanging / crashing

Your task today is to create a HTML page. This page, when opened in a browser, behaves as if the browser has a problem (hanging, crashing, network error, virus, etc.) You can use all the HTML(5), ...
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QR Codes... and all that Jazz!

This is going to be relatively challenging code-golf challenge. Input: Any URL, must have the protocol attached, e.g. http://codegolf.stackexchange.com (which will be our test case) Output: A ...