Firefox Facts has been around a long time. As some of you might know, this website’s roots come from back when I worked at Lockergnome. It was Chris Pirillo’s idea to create this website and the free ebook at the time and since then it has turned into one of the most popular Firefox tips websites out there today. However, now I need your help. I would like to hear your feedback about how I can improve Firefox Facts and make it better for you.
Simple and secure password management. Login automatically, never forget another password, stay in control of your passwords and improve their security. Powered by the world-renowned KeePass password safe.
This extension adds many buttons to the Customize Toolbar Window. To move them from there to the Toolbar you must right click the toolbar and press customize, select what buttons you want to use and drag them to the toolbar.
SoAmpli helps you energize your coworkers to share company-related content with each other and post it on their personal social channels.
This extension adds a “Tags” column in the password manager. You may specify an arbitrary comma-separated list of tags for any password by double-clicking the appropriate cell in the Tags column (or by selecting “Edit tags” in the context menu or by pressing “t” while the row is focused) and typing it in.
Recently, I started to reorganize some of my bookmarks in Firefox. Rather than keep a “Misc” folder to store all my random unsorted links in, I thought I should use the Unsorted Bookmarks option built into Firefox. The only problem is there is not a real easy way to add this shortcut to the Bookmark Toolbar.
Now that the mobile version of Firefox is a lot better, I have ditched the basic browser that came with my phone and reinstalled Firefox. One nice thing about Firefox is it allows you to sync your bookmarks and more across multiple devices. This means I can access my same list of bookmarks from anywhere.
FontFinder is created for designers, developers and typographers. It allows a user to analyze the font information of any element on a page, copy any piece(s) of that information to the clipboard, and perform inline replacements to test new layouts.
Bring the power of Evernote to Gmail. Easily send your emails (with attachments intact) to specific notebooks and quickly link notes or notebooks when composing new messages. You’ll never have to leave Gmail again.