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'''User scripts''', or '''userscripts''', are scripts that make on-the-fly changes to specific web pages on the client side (in the browser or a proxy server), typically to change their appearance or to add features.
User scripts are programs which make on-the-fly changes to specific web pages, typically to change their appearance or to add or modify functionality.


User scripts for [[Greasemonkey]] and Greasemonkey-compatible alternatives are written in [[JavaScript]], but there is at least one example of using another scripting language, namely Ruby in [http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/mouseHole/ MouseHole].
User scripts for [[Greasemonkey]] and Greasemonkey-compatible alternatives are written in [http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/JavaScript JavaScript].
If you would like to write user scripts yourself, see [[Greasemonkey Manual:Editing]].


For tools other than Greasemonkey that apply user scripts to web sites, see  [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greasemonkey#Greasemonkey_compatibility_and_equivalents_for_other_browsers Wikipedia].
== See Also ==
 
* [[wikipedia:Augmented browsing|Augmented browsing at Wikipedia]]
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Latest revision as of 12:37, 3 November 2017

User scripts are programs which make on-the-fly changes to specific web pages, typically to change their appearance or to add or modify functionality.

User scripts for Greasemonkey and Greasemonkey-compatible alternatives are written in JavaScript. If you would like to write user scripts yourself, see Greasemonkey Manual:Editing.

See Also