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Chrome is the most popular web browser worldwide as of mid-2017, made by the tech company Google. It's available for most operating systems including Windows, macOS, and Linux and on multiple platforms such as the desktop, phones, and tablets.

Chrome boasts a minimalistic UI and was the first browser to feature "tabs" above the address bar, a convention that was later implemented in other browsers. Other popular features include things such as Incognito mode, tab sandboxing, and a Web Store with extensions and themes.

Although Chrome is not open source, the majority of the source code is available under the Chromium moniker.

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chirag127 commented May 28, 2021


Provide option to keep some segment and provide a submit button below each segment as I don't want to upload the first segment. As I want the first segment but not sure about the consensus and correctness about the first segment.



enhancement help wanted good first issue
ngirard commented Mar 31, 2021

Unless I missed something, the documentation doesn't explain how to query document metadata (searching " metadata" through Google returned nothing, neither did grepping the source code).

As an example, I tried to query the og:url metadata.
I tried variations of //meta[property='og:url']::attr(content), with or without the leading //, and with or without the `attr(conte

help wanted good first issue type/documentation

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