Welcome to Mozilla Hacks!
Mozilla Hacks is a blog for web developers, designers, and everyone who builds for the web. Mozilla’s Developer Relations team publishes Hacks, which features hundreds of posts from Mozilla employees, as well as guest authors and Mozilla contributors from around the world.
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