Kaizou lets you modify Web pages and share the result with other people. Kaizou is a format for describing modifications to be applied to a Web page after it has been loaded into a browser. Kaizou can be used in many ways: Share your thoughts on a particular page by commenting it, Provide an unofficial revamping of a specific Web page, and apply a text converter to any page (like 'see the Web as yoda does'). Kaizou files can either be installed locally in your Kaizou cache to be applied automatically, or embedded in special links called 'klinks'. When clicking on a klink, the browser will load the corresponding remote Kaizou file and apply it temporarily to the target page. You can then at any time see the unmodified page by clicking the refresh button in your browser. Once you have installed the extension, you can start using it by clicking on Klinks stored in the Kaizou repository on http://www.kaizou.org.
|File Size||71.5 kB|
|Operating System||Windows Vista Windows XP Windows|
|System Requirements||Firefox 1.5 - 3.0|