Medium signatures, simplified.
Take the following sign-off for example:
– Quincy Larson, teacher at freeCodeCamp
If you get value out of these emails, please consider supporting our nonprofit.
Quincy Larson, the "teacher and guy who started it [freeCodeCamp]", used this at the end of all of his blog posts for a while. Rather than him needing to type that every time or copy and paste it from another blog post, Quincy would be able to just press the signature button on Medium and his sign-off would be pasted for him instantly.
Let's see how it works!
Click the badges below to download the latest version of Signature for your respective browser.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.
From your command line:
# Clone this repository $ git clone https://github.com/cedricium/signature # Go into the repository $ cd signature/ # Install the dependencies $ npm install
- Open Chrome and enter the following in the address bar:
- Enable "Developer mode"
- Click the "Load Unpacked" button and select the
- Signature will now be installed as an unpacked extension!
Using the command line:
$ web-ext start # for testing on Firefox regular edition # OR $ web-ext run start-nightly # for testing on Firefox Nightly
Manually loading Signature:
- Open Firefox and enter the following in the address bar:
- Click the "Load Temporary Add-on" button and select the
manifest.jsonfile found in the
firefox/directory of Signature
- Signature will now be installed as a temporary add-on!
Your contributions are always welcome! See an issue you want to tackle or have an idea for a feature you'd like implemented? Just open a pull-request with a short explanation of the changes and I'd be happy to review it.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.
- nib icon by Alax from the Noun Project