Don’t you hate it when somebody comes looking over your shoulder to see what you are doing? Maybe you don’t want them to know? Well with the Page Title Eraser extension, now they won’t have a clue. It hides your Web page titles to keep others in the dark.
So what do you need to do to become a nightly tester of Firefox? Everybody and their grandmother seems to be excited about getting a sneak peek at the new Firefox 2. The good news for you is that anybody can try out the betas. The even better news is that CyberNet Technology News has put up a guide to get you into the nightly tester experience.
Everybody has tried out the new Google Calender by now, right? If you haven’t, it is pretty neat. I wouldn’t say it is going to change my life, but it does do a good job at managing it. Now that we have this great tool, we need a way to get notified from it. Google Calendar Notifier does just that.
The Google Calendar Notifier Firefox extension lets you know when dates on the calander are coming up.
Quick Online Tips has a great list of Firefox extensions for “power surfers”. I don’t know if you would want to install all 50 of them, but they are worth giving a look to. There are lots of different Firefox extensions out there today. Did your favorite make it to the list?
Have you found yourself needing to translate some text quickly? Maybe your Spanish isn’t as good as it was in high school, or maybe you never took the class. No matter what the situation is, ImTranslator will help you translate from one language to another.
It seems like just about everybody these days is a “web developer”. We all have our own corner of the Internet that we like to call home. Just like you have a tool belt for home repairs, you need one for Web site repairs as well. That is where this top 10 list from The Moleskin comes into play. I have to say I agree with all the choices for the best Firefox extensions for Web development. Do you?
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.