Ever wanted to peek into the head of your favorite Web site? Maybe your a Web designer that needs to check something on your own Web site. No mater what the reason, Professor X is a really neat tool to have on hand. The Professor X extension for Firefox let’s you see inside a page’s head without viewing the source code.
One of the more unique blogging tools out there today has released a mighty big update!
The release of Performancing Firefox 1.3 brings a whole new dimension to the free open source blog editor. By making PFF extensible via the Themes and Addons API’s, and opening up the source code via subversion, we’re putting the blogosphere’s favorite editor where it belongs, in the hands of it’s users.
Yes I have yet another social news and information service for you. Before you roll your eyes and head on though, give me a few more seconds of your time. This new service from folkd.com is finally one that doesn’t seem like a direct ripoff of Digg.com.
We all like reading about useful extensions right? Well, what do we do about all the useless ones?
There are also absolutely uneeded features, developed either for the programming challenge or just for the fun. Here is a sort of anthology of the most unuseful extensions to Mozilla Firefox. Sure theirs authors will love being cited here.
How would you like to change your navigation habits? Now I can’t change the way you move your feet, but I can give you a Firefox extension that will dramatically change the way you move Online. What do you need? All you need to get this done is the Drag de Go Firefox extension.
Firefoxit is a Firefox extension that puts tiny little widgets or web applications on a kind of desktop launched from Firefox. Firefoxit has been tested on Windows XP (Firefox, Flock), 2000, NT, 98, Linux and Mac OSx86, for Firefox versions from 1.0 to 1.5.
How many times can you honestly say that you have used the history feature in Firefox? I have gone back and forward a lot, but I don’t really use the history. Am I weird or are you the same? Well, I have found a new Firefox extension that might get me a little more interested in using it again.
I need another top Firefox extensions list like I need another hole in my head, but they keep coming anyways.
Firefox extensions are small add-on programs that add a new piece of functionality to the browser. These extensions can range from adding a new toolbar button to adding a completely new feature. The great thing about these extensions is that you can choose which extensions you want to add. This allows Firefox to stay small in size and run efficiently. The following is a list of the 25 of the best extensions for Firefox.
Need to do some browsing at work or school? This extension allows you to open the current page, or a link on the current Web page, anonymously with BrowseAtWork.com by adding a shortcut to the context menu. This is ideal for viewing webpages blocked by many corporate or school filters.
URL Fixer corrects typos in URLs that you enter in the address bar. For example, if you type google.con, it will correct it to google.com (asking first, if you enable confirmation). This extension should help those of us who have a hard time finding the right keyboard keys every once in a while.