Now living in the dusty plains of northern Texas, I don’t do a lot of surfing. Actually, I can honestly say I have never surfed before. For those of you who do surf without a keyboard, WindFox is an extension to take with you to the beach.
Gabbly is a very cool chat service. What is so cool about it? It allows you to instantly connect with any number of people viewing a single Web site. Any service like this must have a Firefox extension that is equally as great, right?
Remember learning how to convert one form of measurement to another in school? I never really liked those few weeks in class, and now I feel vindicated that I didn’t learn a thing. You know why? Well, I have found a Firefox extension that will do all the hard work for me.
Once you start talking about networks and servers, a lot of folks start rolling their eyes and looking the other way. This stuff is complicated and hard to most, but it does not have to be. The Firefox extension ServStats makes getting information about connectivity a little easier.
For those of you who don’t know, Swiftfox is an optimized build of Mozilla Firefox. Swiftfox has builds for both AMD and Intel processors. The 184.108.40.206 release is based on Firefox 220.127.116.11. Here is just one person’s story on using it.
When I first tried Firefox on Linux, I thought to myself “Things simply don’t get better than this”. I had never used a quicker browser; it seemed to be making the most of my broadband connection. Never before had the internet seemed so accessible.
Need to look up some facts about a person of interest? The People Search and Public Record Toolbar is a handy menu tool for investigators, legal professionals, real estate agents, online researchers and anyone interested in doing their own basic people searches and public record lookups as well as background research.
Most “What You See Is What You Get” or WYSIWYG editors aren’t worth much. Sure there are a few that break that rule, but for the most part I have always said you are better off ignoring them. What if you could edit other people’s Web sites in this way? As long as it is for your own private use, I don’t see a problem with that. That is what the Mimulus Firefox extension brings to the dance.
Another Firefox top ten list. Yes, I said another, “top ten lists write my content for me” list.
With all this talk of the Web as a platform, it’s worth taking a closer look at what web apps are using Firefox as their platform. Firefox is regarded as the best Web browser in terms of extensions – i.e. small browser add-ons which modify or add to existing functionality. It has hundreds of add-ons, which can be downloaded from here. But which are the best ‘web 2.0′ add-ons for Firefox?
Sure, I can type pretty fast. Over the years, I have found myself typing faster than I can write. When it comes to the number pad though, I am all thumbs. I do not know why, it just seems very unfamiliar to me. I have a feeling that I am not alone though.
Tired of having to scroll and scroll just to see all of the extensions you have installed in Firefox? Well, then you need to pick up the Slim Extension List extension. I know, you are thinking, “I don’t need another extension to add to the list!”, but I promise you this one makes the pain go away. It shortens the entries for each extension so that they don’t take up so much space. Click on the extension in question, and the box expands to show you more information.