My Image Here provides an extension which replaces images on websites with images you select from your local computer.
An extension born as a request from my friends Goofy and Efdur from babelzilla.org, My Image Here allows you to replace an image on a website by selecting an image from your own computer. All replaced image references are stored in the new Firefox 2.0 SQLLite storage implementation, and will therefore remain replaced until you remove the reference again. So you can restart Firefox, clear your cache, etc. without losing the images you had replaced.
I am not yet sure as to how useful this extension will actually be for you all, but just have a look. My Image Here was initially intended for web developers only, but after releasing it on babelzilla it appeared to be great fun to just play with it as well.
How do I use it? Well, you just right click on any image on a website (as long as it is a html IMG element), and select [Load My Image Here...] from the My Image Here context menu, and select the image you want to see instead of the current image, easy as that.
Just play around with it for a while and give me some feedback on my forum.
Available in: en-US, fr-FR, it-IT, hr-HR, de-DE, id-ID, nl-NL, pt-BR, ru-RU, uk-UA, zh-TW, da-DK, es-ES, ja-JP, sk-SK
· Mozilla Firefox
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Made compatible with Firefox 3.5
· Added ar and cs-CZ translations.
· Bugfix: Images where not initially resized when you choose force resize.