You have to face the facts, some toolbars out there just do not play nice with other toolbars. Do I really need a whole row of my browser wasted, when I only use about half of a toolbar’s features? The DragNDrop Toolbars extension lets you reclaim some browsing space by making the browsing elements a little easier to manage.
If you have not upgraded to Firefox 2 yet, then there is a security alert that you should pay attention to. Here is the inside information.
As part of Mozilla Corporation’s ongoing stability and security update process, Firefox 184.108.40.206 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux for free download from mozilla.com (http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-older.html). We strongly recommend that all Firefox 1.5.x users upgrade to this latest release. This update is available immediately in 37 languages including German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Korean, and more.
Note: Firefox 1.5.0.x will be maintained with security and stability updates until April 24, 2007. All users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to Firefox 2 (http://www.getfirefox.com).
The Google PageRank extension for Firefox has been updated to support Firefox 2! I am not sure why, but this is my favorite of all the Google PageRank extensions there are out there. It is in no way officially related to Google. It was just written by some guy to solve a very simple problem. If you don’t like all the crap that the Google Toolbar includes, you might check this out.
Flickr is a great resource for photography fans and regular folks alike Online. If you find yourself search for photos there though, and get a little lost or even confused – it is understandable. I feel your pain, and that is the reason I went out and found the Flickr Sidebar.
It has been a while since I looked at any Greasemonkey scripts. The newest one that I have checked out is called Myspace Notifier. This script will notify you of any new mail, friend requests, and more. To use it, make sure you have the Firefox Greasemonkey extension installed.
Another great Firefox 2 guide has been released. This time around Kyle’s Cove gives you the best rundown about the newest member of the Mozilla family.
An overwhelming share of the web browser market has been held by Microsoft’s Internet Explorer for close to a decade now, but for the past two years their market share has been steadily declining in favor of the upstart web browser Firefox. This guide is designed to give you everything you need to know to get the most out of the Firefox 2.0 web browser.
There are dozen and one different places that act as a place to store your bookmarks. There is nothing new here. Depending on the ones you like, Simpy might be the choice for you. If it is, I have a Firefox extension I know you are going to love.
One of the best extensions to give your tabs a little more juice has just been updated for Firefox 2. The Tab Mix Plus extension has been one of my favorites since the first day I laid eyes on it. It includes such features as duplicating tabs, controlling tab focus, tab clicking options, undo closed tabs and windows, plus much more.
Have you upgraded to Firefox 2 yet? Some people have contacted me asking how they get the “new tab” button back after they make the leap to the newer version. I have not found a hack to do it, but I have found an extension. The New Tab Button on Tab Bar extension gives you back that little button you know and love from Firefox 1.5.