OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) is usually used in feed readers to pull all of your RSS feeds either in or out of the system. It is a very nice and organized way of keeping track of all that data, and it makes it a quick and easy job to backup. OPML Support is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox Web browser that adds OPML import/export functionality to the Firefox Bookmarks manager.
If you use more than one computer, then browsing through your links can sometimes be a pain in the rear. You could sync your bookmarks by hand, but that would take too much time. What you need is a way of doing it that is quick and painless. The Online Bookmark Manager Synchronizer is another nice solution to an ageless problem.
WebCrumbz says that they, “Refind links you never knew you’d need, to those you never knew”. So what does that really mean? They keep track of your history, and serve you up your own version of the Web. If you want to travel outside the box, you can also check out what other users have been visiting as well.
How would you like to reload all of your Firefox Live Bookmarks by just hitting one single button? If this sounds like a dream come true for you, then you need to install the Reliby extension.
Reliby is a Mozilla extension that provides you with Reload all Live Bookmarks functionality. You can access it using the Bookmarks menu or by adding a button to your toolbar. Live bookmarks are RSS feeds inside your browser.
This is a real time saver, and almost makes Firefox feel like a real RSS reader.
Want to change the way you look at your bookmark toolbar? I have had mine dragged to the top (by the file menu) for some time now. Did you know you can get more toolbar room if you remove the bookmark’s name? All you see is the favicon. Now you have more room to put your favorite Web sites!
Gnafi sounds like something I would say when I sneeze. There is no sneeze guard here, though. The Gnafi extension keeps track of any changes made to your links and does necessary updates for you. Think of it as a brain behind your browser that you don’t have to worry about.
Scuttle is another social bookmark and link sharing Web site, such as digg.com and del.icio.us. From what I have seen of Scuttle, they aren’t reinventing the round ball in that department of Web 2.0. One thing they have done right is put out a Firefox extension that is worth picking up if you are a fan of the services Scuttle provides.
This weekend I made a big mistake, I accidently deleted one of my folders inside of my bookmarks. I looked around for help, but there was none to be found. How did I get this folder back?
Well, all you have to do is open the Bookmarks Manager (Click on Bookmarks > Manage Bookmarks). Once you are in there, hit the Ctrl key and Z key to undo your last action. You can also go up and select Edit, then Undo. Now all you have to do is train your fingers not to be so twitchy.
Daniel sent in a tip to me yesterday about Foxmarks. Foxmarks is an extension for Firefox that synchronizes bookmarks across multiple machines. Once you get the extension up and running, you can login to http://my.foxcloud.com/ to use your bookmarks on any computer. It couldn’t get any more simple than that.
There are a lot of different start pages out there to choose from. My main problem with the start page solutions out there is I just don’t like most of them. So what is a picky guy to turn to? Well, with this new Firefox extension, I can set my bookmarks up as my start page.