All of the cool kids are using them, but you don't see what makes them so special.
Chris prefers jQuery, I prefer MooTools.
How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge
Chris does posts with practical solutions, I do posts about stupid video-game like effects. Adding movement to your website is a great way to attract attention to specific elements that you want users to notice. Of course you could use Flash or an animated GIF to achieve the movement effect but graphics can be difficult to maintain.
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macos - How to open new tab on Firefox using command line (on Mac)? - Super User
Learn more Method 1. Open Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. The steps to open a link in a new tab are the same on these two browsers.
Right-click the link. A context menu will appear. If your mouse does not have a right mouse button, hold Control as you click.
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This should automatically open it in a new tab. Click Open link in new tab. The website will now load in a new Chrome tab. Click the tab at the top of the browser to view it.
Method 2. Open Safari on your Mac. The website will now load in a new tab.