Getting started

Warhol's browser extension performs design tests inside your browser and helps you to pinpoint any design inconsistencies rapidly. At the moment the browser extension is only available for Chrome.

Installing the extension #

You can install either the LTS edition or the current edition. The LTS edition is published on the Chrome Store and sees a much lower rate of updates than the current version (or is much more stable, depending on your point of view). You can install and update the current edition at any time to get the latest features, but you will have to do so manually and you will have trust that we don't steal data from all the web pages you visit – which we obviously don't.

Installing the LTS edition from Chrome Store works just like any other browser extension. The process to install the current edition is a little more involved:

  1. Download the zip file and unpack it
  2. Go to chrome://extensions/ and enable Developer Mode (toggle switch in the top right corner)
  3. Click the Load unpacked button to install the extension

The extension adds a toolbar button and a new DevTools panel to your browser:

Once the extension is installed, you can sign into the extension with your Warhol account.

Signing in #

You can sign into the extension with your Warhol account in the devtools panel. The logout button hides on the options tab. You can register an account, update your user data and change your password in the web app.

Good to know #

If you find something confusing or something breaks, the Feedback link in the devtools panel's navigation takes you to our very simple contact form.

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