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Last Updated 2013-03-11
Looking for a means of modifying advanced– perhaps, hidden– Opera configuration settings (not unlike that which the reader may be accustomed from Mozilla, as in the Mozilla nomenclature, “about:_some-xyz-thing_”)? Look no further!
- From the Opera Browser Address bar (aka. HTTP bar; Location Bar; the URL address field), simply enter the following to arrive at an interface for directly manipulating many Opera standard and advanced User-specific preferences:
Remember: “I’d like to configure Opera!” Thus,
opera:configMozilla users, instead of using “about:”, similar features area accessible to Opera. Just remember to enter “opera:”, in place of “about:” !
Opera Web Developer Options:
Rather than try to lump everything together in the NoviceNotes – Web Browser Sidebar Panels resource, I decided that I will create separate categories, for listing enhancements specific to each different browser. Here you will find those features I’ve recognized as beneficial for the Web Design enthusiast who has an affinity for Opera, or who simply wants to have as many options for viewing available when testing his or her web site for cross-browser compatibility.
Understanding Opera Customization
If you’ve found this page, then you’re probably looking for ideas to enhance Opera as you use it for testing your web site designs. If the user is new to Opera, I recommend approaching the search for add-ons with an educated outlook. Before I mark up a list of Opera resources links, I want to suggest to the reader that he or she might reconsider the concept of browser add-ons before trying any of the customizations available for Opera. More than just a different GUI on the outside, with different options for user interaction while browsing, Opera is also quite different from other web browsers “underneath the hood” as well.
I’m afraid that this entry may be quickly turning into too much abstract thought, but stick in there and hear me out.
Won’t you Dig In?
This is going to sound crazy, but it’s the first analogy which came to mind. Sorry if it seems a little far-out
the Habitual Offender
Whether you are new to Opera, or new to customizing Opera, if you have used Firefox and the many add-ons available for the Mozilla browsers, just as the