This post describes the highlights among the new Firefox 8 features for end users and developers [source: Mozilla Firefox Beta Release Notes].
But users aren’t the only ones who love adding on to Firefox: third-party applications frequently install bundled add-ons into Firefox as part of their own installation process. While some of these applications seek the user’s permission beforehand, others install add-ons into Firefox without checking to make sure the user actually wants them.
If Firefox starts and finds that another program has installed an add-on, Firefox will disable the add-on until the user has explicitly opted in to the addition.
<input name="color" type="text" contextmenu="colorMenu"> <menu type="context" id="colorMenu"> <command label="Red" onclick="app.fillInColor('Red')"> <command label="Green" onclick="app.fillInColor('Green')"> <command label="Blue" onclick="app.fillInColor('Blue')"> </menu>
insertAdjacentHTML(location, html)where html is HTML source code and location is one of the following locations.
var ul = document.getElementById("list"); ul.insertAdjacentHTML("beforeEnd", "<li>A new li on the list.</li>"); ul.insertAdjacentHTML("beforeEnd", "<li>Another li!</li>");The innerHTML property is currently the fastest way on all browsers to dynamically add content to a page. With insertAdjacentHTML, things become much more versatile.
The hyphens property tells the browser how to go about splitting words to improve the layout of text when line-wrapping.This property has one of the following three values.