Need to scroll up on a webpage? Let us keep this simple. You need to pick up the Scroll Up add-on for the Firefox browser. It brings a small arrow into the interface that helps you jump back up. It is really that easy.
Archive | May, 2014
Scared of what your browser might pull up? Cover will protect you from shocking images. All pictures are blurred and you can make them fully visible with a mouse move, one by one.
Tired of all the useless stuff you get when you visit Twitter’s website? This add-on for Firefox will remove all the “guff” that you see and lets you get back to business and check your Twitter friends and your own posts too.
The WordCounter.net add-on for Firefox will help you count both words and characters quickly and easily. Once the add-on is added to Firefox, you will be able to keep track of your typed out words with just a click of the mouse. This is all powered by the very helpful services at WordCounter.net too.
The Classic Theme Restorer will restore squared tabs, appmenu, add-ons bar, small button view and more on Australis UI (Windows/MacOSX/Linux + Fx 29+).
YouTube Control Center is an open-source project that aims to enhance the overall YouTube experience by providing the end user with more control in what the playback process is concerned.
Privacy Badger automatically blocks spying ads and invisible trackers as you browse. It’s there to ensure that companies can’t track your browsing without your consent.
The CRSG-extension for default Firefox theme enables combined “Reload-Stop-Go”-buttons old GUI (on urlbar) like it was on Firefox 4-8. It does not create a new button! So if you miss the way you used to have a stop, go and reload button in the address bar – check this add-on out.
Miss the old bookmark button in Firefox? This add-on restores bookmarks menu known from older Firefox versions. Rather than the star and menu, you get the good ‘ol icon labeled, “Bookmarks” with a sleeker drop down box.
Real Kiosk is a Firefox extension that defaults to full screen, disables all menus, toolbars, key commands and right button menus. Alt+Home still takes you home.