We couldn't find any results for feeling lucky in English. Maybe one of these articles will be helpful?
Installing X-Ray Goggles is easy. You can then poke around on any web page and transform it into your own creation! Here's how.
X-Ray Goggles will serve your remix on HTTP or HTTPS depending on the original page.
X-Ray Goggles allow you to see the building blocks that make up websites on the internet, and then remix them into new creations.
Understand the difference between hacking with X-Ray Goggles, where you fork a copy of a webpage, versus the general term "hacking" where you break into a page.
Yes, in order to publish your Thimble project, you'll need to create a Webmaker account.
You can create an account for your classroom, but we don't yet have functionality to allow multiple identities associated with one account.
X-Ray Goggles lets you poke around the elements of a web page and remix them into new creations. Learn how to swap images, text, and more.
Yes, you can view and download a printable cheat sheet here: https://thimbleprojects.org/mozillalearning/48435/
In order to publish your X-Ray Goggles project, you'll need to create a learning.mozilla.org account.
As of September 2015, projects made with the older version of Thimble are still accessible via https://thimble.webmaker.org.
An easy way to get started is to remix one of the starter projects found on the Thimble homepage.
Thimble is a fantastic tool for teaching coding skills.
You may want to add a step-by-step tutorial to your project, so that anyone remixing it will be able to follow your instructions.