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19 January 2017

Google Chrome Couldn't Load Plugin

google chrome couldn't load plugin error appears here is the way how to solve it, NPAPI support is removed and we can not change or modify any plugin load function. It is obsolete information; NPAPI support was completely removed from Chrome last year.

Solution 1


  • Uninstall the version that already installed
  • Remove all Chrome data for current version from: C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome
  • Download Latest Version Chrome and install it, If problem exist use 2nd solution

Solution 2

To correct this bug i deleted all the user data associated with chrome, in Users/Pro/Library/Application%20Support/Google/Chrome (i do not know the equivalent for your OS) and it worked again.

Video Solution


Solution 4 if there is a problem of chrome flash player not working


  1. Open Chrome.
  2. In the address bar at the top, type chrome://components and press Enter.
  3. Under "pepper_flash," click Check for update.

18 January 2017

View Cached Images And Files in Google Chrome

cached images and files google chrome, How can I view the pictures that Google Chrome cached on websites? it is very easy to view these files there is a specific place to view it below is the way to getting rid of this solution.


Solution


Files are Stored in %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache
Copy the above URL and paste it into the address bar of My Computer Window and press enter or paste this in your address bar and enter, you will get all the files


Cached Images And Files Google Chrome


Solution 2


make a bookmark with this code as the url:

javascript:
var cached_anchors = $$('a');
for (var i in cached_anchors) {
    var ca = cached_anchors[i];
    if(ca.href.search('sprite') < 0 && ca.href.search('.png') > -1 || ca.href.search('.gif') > -1 || ca.href.search('.jpg') > -1) {
        var a = document.createElement('a');
        a.href = ca.innerHTML;
        a.target = '_blank';
        var img = document.createElement('img');
        img.src = ca.innerHTML;
        img.style.maxHeight = '100px';
        a.appendChild(img);
        document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].appendChild(a);
    }
}
document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].removeChild(document.getElementsByTagName('table')[0]);
void(0);

Google Chrome Prevent This Page From Creating Additional Dialogs

google chrome prevent this page from creating additional dialogs which one is the better way sometimes find that I need to re-enable alerting for debugging. Of course I can close the tab and reload it but i am looking for some better option.

Solution 1



  • You should really use console.log() instead of alert() for debugging.
  • In Chrome it even has the advantage of being able to print out entire objects (not just toString()).


Solution 2

  • Close the tab of the page you disabled alerts. Re-open the page in a new tab. The setting only lasts for the session, so alerts will be re-enabled once the new session begins in the new tab.

Solution 3

  • Right click on the tab and select "Duplicate", then close the original tab if you wish.
  • Alerting is re-enabled in the duplicate.
The duplicate tab seems to recreate the running state of the original tab so you can just continue where you were.


How to Modify Headers For Google Chrome

modify headers for google chrome if you want to intercept HTTP requests with a Chrome Extension, and then forward it on, potentially with new/different HTTP headers -here is how you do that.

Solution


It was certainly not possible when OP asked the question but soon later Chrome released experimental WebRequest API. But now they have been included officially in Chrome Extension. You can use it modify request and response headers in Chrome.

Solution Example
chrome.webRequest.onBeforeSendHeaders.addListener(
  function(details) {
    for (var i = 0; i < details.requestHeaders.length; ++i) {
      if (details.requestHeaders[i].name === 'User-Agent') {
        details.requestHeaders.splice(i, 1);
        break;
      }
    }
    return { requestHeaders: details.requestHeaders };
  },
  {urls: ['<all_urls>']},
  [ 'blocking', 'requestHeaders']
);

Solution Using Extension

If you want to use Chrome Extension, you can use Requestly which allows you to modify request and response headers as you wish. Have a look at this snapshot:

How to Modify Headers For Google Chrome


You may also change or modify header info using https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/webRequest link of webRequest


Where Does Google Chrome Store Cookies & Passwords

where does google chrome store passwords and cookies do you wonder where the cookie is stored on the server, or in the browser? Because what you see when using chrome://settings/cookies is the cookies in the browser, which have no idea what cookies could possibly be stored in the server.

The answer is due to the fact that Google Chrome uses an SQLite file to save cookies. It resides under:

Cookies and Passwords in Chrome Saved at C:\Users\<your_username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\
inside Cookies file. (which is a SQLite database file)


So it's not a file stored on hard drive but a row in a SQLite database file which can be read by a third party program such as : SQLite Database Browser.

Chrome doesn't store each cookies in separate text file.it store all of the cookies together in a single file in the profile folder. That file Cannot Readable.

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