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A Look Back and Forward With Mozilla

As a long time Netscape (now SeaMonkey, a community maintained project) user, having an E-mail client that was integrated into a suite came as a big help as an all in one solution. Then a relatively new browser came along by the name of Mozilla Firebird, shortly afterwards because of a trademark dispute it changed […]

Turning a Bookmark into a Search Tool

Bookmarks in Firefox have a very powerful feature that most people don’t know about. Let’s take a look at this: Click on Bookmarks. Right-click on any bookmark you have there. Choose properties. Now, third from the top, there is a text box called “Keyword”. Most likely, this is blank because by default it’s not used […]

10 Ways to Fix E-mail in Firefox

I have not used a desktop e-mail client in a long time. Web mail is just too easy and too convent not to use. Being in the same boat as a lot of you out there, I figured I’d do a round up of some of the best extensions to fix your e-mailing ways via […]

How to Backup Stylish Styles

I enjoy using the Stylish extension to make a lot of little edits to various web sites I visit around the web. The biggest would probably be Gmail – and I would rather not lose all the user style edits I have done just in case the worst might happen. The other day I was […]

Popular Tweaks with User Styles

Yes, I am still having fun playing with the Stylish extension for Firefox. There are a lot of neat hacks I guess you could call them to make some of your favorite Web sites and Online applications just look a little better. Here are a few of the more popular ones. Darkoogle – Gives you […]

20 Quality Greasemonkey Scripts

It has been a while since I went out and found a lot of useful Greasemonkey scripts. I was just about to do it myself here – but why go through all that testing when somebody has already beaten me to the punch and done it well? Couple of months back I had covered Greasemonkey, […]

A Most Wanted Monday

I figured today I would post some of the most wanted Firefox Facts that I have gotten and have not been able to answer. This way at least, we can get the ideas out there so that if there is a solution – we can find an answer. On the other hand, if there isn’t […]

Email This! Tutorials and Help

Now Email This has been one of my favorite extensions for some time now. For those of you who might not know, it allows you to quickly send your recipient the link, title, & highlighted text of the page you are viewing using GMail, Yahoo, and Stand-Alone Mail Clients like Outlook Express, Thunderbird, and more. […]

Secure Google Calendar

It might be a ‘bit of a work around, but there is a way you can get a secure login for Google’s Calendar application. If you use Google Calendar, I would suggest you give this a shot for more security. In fact, even if you change your Google Calendar bookmark URL to https, you’ll often […]

Inline Google Player

Here is a neat Greasemonkey script that I ran across the other day. The Digital Inspiration blog shows how to construct a URL that will play any MP3 file with Google’s player, which is nice, but it seems like a lot of work. So I’ve modified the auto inline MP3 player greasemonkey script to embed […]