Time for a history lesson on your favorite browser of choice, Firefox. I ran across this very detailed description of one man’s view of Firefox’s history. It just happens that this one man is Ben Goodger, the lead engineer for the browser in question. No matter if you are a new user wanting to know more, or an old user wanting to refresh your memory, you should give this a read.
Clearing out my text fields isn’t exactly a problem that keeps me up at night. Honestly, I had not realized how much time I had spent clearing them out one by one till I installed the Clear Fields Firefox extensions. Clear Fields makes short and simple work out of clearing all your text box woes.
If you have ever tried the Mostly Crystal Firefox theme, you know it is a work of art. I love it.
Did you know though, that There have been some extra tweaks and tips added to it? To unlock some of these hidden jewels, you’ll have to go check out CatThief’s Web site. There you will find lots of ways to make this great theme even better.
Ever needed to switch between two servers when working on a Web site? The Server switcher allows you to switch between a development server and a live server, so you an see the differences in your work. For folks that spend a lot of time in web development, this extension is one they must have.
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.
Firefox makes a great companion when it comes to e-learning. No matter if you are taking Online classes or just doing a little self teaching, you need a good set of tools to help you in the experience. Over at e-Literate they have listed some very helpful extensions to make your e-learning even better.
Google Bookmarks allows you to create bookmarks you can access anywhere. You can bookmark your favorite Web sites and add labels and notes to them. Your labels and notes are searchable later, and you can access your bookmarks from any computer by signing in. You know what can make it even better? A Firefox Google Bookmarks menu.
- My Initial Firefox 4 Thoughts Jan/18
- RSS Feed Change, Please Read! Nov/05
- Goodbye Status Bar, Hello Add-on Bar Jan/19
- Optimized Firefox for Windows? Oct/20
- RIP Xmarks Sep/28
- MinimizeToTray Revived May/22
- Tab History Menu May/20
- Rapportive May/17
- YSlow May/15
- Self-Destructing Cookies May/14