Everybody loves the Google Toolbar, right? Well not everybody. I will admit I used to use it back when it first came out, but now it just feels a little bloated. I would still like to use some of the Google features, but I don’t want the official toolbar. What am I to do? Googlebar Lite offers you the great taste of the Google toolbar, but is less filling.
Do your fingers ever get tired of hunting down a certain key that is hard to type? Maybe you find yourself saying the same thing over and over in a set of forums. PastePalette allows you to quickly paste anything into a Web site’s text field. Check out the screenshots to see it in action. This extension is simple, but effective.
Ever wanted to edit your CSS files for your Web site while getting a live preview on both Firefox and Internet Explorer? CSSVista is a program that will let you do that all in one application. The only catch is that it is only for Windows XP. I have to say this is one freeware program I won’t be doing without anytime soon.
The address bar is dead. What, did you miss the invitation to the funeral? It was a nice service thrown by the folks at RubNub.org. What killed the address bar? The folks at RubNub.org did. Now how is that for a murder mystery?
Angela Lansbury, eat your heart out.
Have you used Gada.be yet? It is one of the best search engines out there today, as far as metasearch services go these days. You can also add Gada.be’s functionality right into your Firefox searchbar. I can almost guarantee you that once you try it, you will be looking for reasons to use it again.
It has been many moons since the last time I took a visit to a chat room. I do have fond memories of them though. Twelve year olds typing expletives they just learned aside, many folks are still chatting away in these social conversations. Now you can join in on the fun by getting ChatZilla. Make sure you read the FAQ first, then jump right into your favorite chat room with ease.
Learning and using CSS can either be a webmaster’s best friend or a webmaster’s worst enemy. Learning what does what and how you get the most out of it isn’t always easy with CSS. Thanks to this Firefox extension though, you can learn from what you see what other Web sites do.
Search engine optimization (SEO) has become big business in the Online world we live in today. Everybody wants to know how to “work” the search engines so they can get themselves in as many results as possible. What SEO Tools does this extension provide? It comes with: spider simulator, keyword density, determine link price, Yahoo web rank, domain stats, HTTP headers, robots text viewer, whois lookup, keyword suggestions, web site country and domain age.
Right now there are not many options when it comes to opening Web sites in Firefox. The OpenBox Firefox extension gives you a few more options when opening up a new Web site. You can choose to open it in the current tab, a new tab or a new window.
The Grocery List Generator Firefox extension helps you with making a list of things you need to get from the store. This just seems a little strange to me. Maybe I am a little “old school” but then again, the beauty of Firefox is there is an extension for everybody.
This extension does a good job at creating an organized list of things you might need to make your grocery shopping as easy as possible. Give me an extension that will watch my undies, then we will talk.