I want an extension and a website with XUL and XPCOM. The extension itself should work like the Avant Browser: [url removed, login to view]
I've ran into a Firefox extension Piro Sakura has developed, called FoxSplitter. It splits the browser window into subbrowsers, which are NOT iframes, so they are fully operable with all sites.
Here's a screenshot. [url removed, login to view]
Fox Splitter documentation: [url removed, login to view]
Fox Splitter source: [url removed, login to view]
Now, let me explain my project: I want a Firefox Extension and a website.
1- The extension: The extension is similar to FoxSplitter, it shows multiple websites.
However, it should not split the view, but rather put the subbrowsers in movable, draggable, resizable windows within the browser.
As I said, I am not looking for a solution with iframes, I am looking for subbrowsers that can show the actual websites.
2- The Website: A website that users log-in and see their bookmarks in subbrowser windows. Of course, the site will only be reachable from Firefox browser with "the extension" installed.
The positions, sizes, URLs of the subwindows will be saved on to database, so when the user logs in, he/she will get the exact same screen saved on another computer.
A user that is logged in should see something like this: [url removed, login to view]
I am willing to finish and pay. Any information about the imposibility is also appreciated.