Opera Software has redesigned its My Opera Community website to give registered visitors the ability to unlock functionality hidden deep within the browser's code.
The site allows users to exchange browser builds and functions, and new interactivity enhancements enable the sharing of discussions, files and browser features.
Opera claimed that the site is one of the first to use the new mobile Cascading Style Sheets standard to ease navigation.
My Opera Community has a set-up section that allows Opera toolbars, configurations for mouse gestures, keyboard shortcuts and menus to be downloaded or uploaded for exchanging with other users.
"User feedback is invaluable to our web browsing development and My Opera lets our users voice their opinions," said Opera chief executive Jon von Tetzchner.
"It is also a place for them to have fun and be creative in the way they interact with other users and the web itself."
A single login to the revamped My Opera account will grant access to all community forums, journals, reviews and download pages for skins, set-ups and language files. Full details can be found here.
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