The extension lets them easily create and run CSS stylesheets in any browser.
The extension is available on Chrome and Safari, and can be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store.
The Firefox extension will also be available later this year, but for now it’s only available on the Chrome OS version of Firefox.
To install the extension, go to chrome://extensions and find the extension.
Then click on “Install this extension” and choose “Semantic Web Tool.”
Once the extension is installed, it will open in a new tab.
Once you click on the extension icon, you’ll be taken to a new page where you’ll see a new browser window with a small icon next to the extension name.
From there, you can click on a few buttons to add the extension to your extensions list, and you can then open up a new web page in the browser with the extension installed.
The browser extension is a little different than the Semantic tools extensions that are available on other platforms.
The browser extension lets you add styleshets directly into the browser’s DOM, instead of having to install the extensions yourself.
The new browser extension also lets you quickly test CSS styles on the fly, and test them by adding the CSS in a single click.
In addition, you don’t have to have a web developer account with Semantic to use the browser extension.
The Chrome extension also supports the Semantically Web Tools API, so if you use the Chrome browser extension to create a new style sheet, it’ll work on any browser that supports the API.
The Chrome extension comes with a built-in editor and a simple browser toolbar.
It’s available for both Chrome OS and Firefox.
We’ve got the first look at the browser extensions, and if you’re interested in a preview of the Chrome extension, we’ll have an in-depth look at it on TechCrunch Live on Wednesday.