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Manifest

My manifest.json

Using manifest.json, you specify basic metadata about your extension such as the name and version, and can also specify aspects of your extension's functionality, such as background scripts, content scripts, and browser actions. manifest.json keys are listed below: applications.


manifest.json

{
                  "short_name": "Hathcoat",
                  "name": "..::: Scott B. Hathcoat :::..",
                  "background_color": "#FFFFFF",
                  "theme_color": "#808080",
                  "display": "standalone",

                  "icons": [{
                    "src": "icon-128x128.png",
                    "type": "image/png",
                    "sizes": "128x128"
                  }, {
                    "src": "apple-touch-icon.png",
                    "type": "image/png",
                    "sizes": "152x152"
                  }, {
                    "src": "ms-touch-icon-144x144-precomposed.png",
                    "type": "image/png",
                    "sizes": "144x144"
                  }, {
                    "src": "chrome-touch-icon-192x192.png",
                    "type": "image/png",
                    "sizes": "192x192"
                  }, {
                    "src": "icon-512x512.png",
                    "type": "image/png",
                    "sizes": "512x512"
                  }],

                  "start_url": "index.html?launcher=true"
                }