09 Feb '15, 1am

How to "Hack" any Article on most Websites

How to "Hack" any Article on most Websites

Ever wanted to show your friends or colleagues that you have the writing chops to be published on the front page of the New York Times website? How about a photo of you being caught steeling cookies from a celebrity plastered over TMZ's website? These things are now yours to obtain by simply using a tool built into Google Chrome called "Inspect Element". Disclaimer: This will all disappear the moment you refresh the page you are editing. Also I am not technically versed in the correct terminology for these advanced features, so bear with me if I use the wrong verbiage. Step 1: Find the article or blog post you would like to edit. This one is easy, find an article with a lot of pictures for a picture heavy "edit", or find an article with text heavy paragraphs for a more written "edit". Step 2: Now that you have the article selected, right click the title of that article and...

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