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X-Ray Goggles allow you to see the building blocks that make up websites on the internet, and then remix them into new creations.
X-Ray Goggles will serve your remix on HTTP or HTTPS depending on the original page.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An easy way to get started is to remix one of the starter projects found on the Thimble homepage.
As of September 2015, projects made with the older version of Thimble are still accessible via https://thimble.webmaker.org.
Thimble is a fantastic tool for teaching coding skills.
Code comments do not show up when the page is rendered, and can be a helpful way to communicate information to people remixing your project.
Thimble makes it easy to add an image taken with your computer’s camera.
You can publish your Thimble project at any time by clicking the “Publish” button on the top right-hand side of the page.
You can file any Thimble-related bug here: https://github.com/mozilla/thimble.webmaker.org/issues
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.