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I'm using Internet Explorer as the default browser. (Firefox is not an option).

There are some web apps that I like but whose layout and workflow does not quite agree with me.

Given that I am merely a visitor to the website, is it possible to insert jQuery into the webpages I'm browsing so that I can re-arrange the web content and call the javascript functions included? Sort of like using jQuery as a scripting language for IE?

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On Firefox we have Greasemonkey. Another project was inspired by it.

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As Ignacio notes, using Greasemonkey is often an approach people use to manipulate the content of a website only for their own client.

Getting Greasemonkey into Internet Explorer has been discussed already, but to summarize:

  • There is now a Greasemonkey equivalent for Internet Explorer, called Trixie.
  • Then there's IE7Pro, which provides similar functionality.

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