Want a theme that is light, small and easy on the eyes? Breeze is the Firefox theme for you then. It leaves less room for pretty icons, and more room for browsing the Web. I’ve been using it for a while, and I have to say it is one of the better minimalistic themes out there today. [View Screenshots]
Ever been to a Web site where you wanted more information, but didn’t want to give up your personal E-mail account? Creating a disposable E-mail address for those Web sites is a good way to protect the E-mail accounts you like the most.
Without disposable E-mail accounts, you are bound to run into endless amounts of spam and garbage. Minus the cape and funny tights, here comes the Create Disposable E-Mail Address Firefox extension.
It has been many moons since the last time I took a visit to a chat room. I do have fond memories of them though. Twelve year olds typing expletives they just learned aside, many folks are still chatting away in these social conversations. Now you can join in on the fun by getting ChatZilla. Make sure you read the FAQ first, then jump right into your favorite chat room with ease.
Have you ever been to a Web site that didn’t lead you where you wanted to go? Maybe it took you some place you didn’t think you clicked to go to. With the help of Split Link, you can now see the true URL that you are being sent to.
Feeling like you want a little more Bugs Bunny in your browser this morning? The Doodle Plastik Firefox theme gives you a real “cartoon-like” look and feeling. It is one of the more playful themes out there as well.
It is hard to find a good theme that isn’t an Apple ripoff, so pick this one up today.
Ever ran across some text on a Web page that you wanted to quickly translate? Now it can be as easy as highlighting the text in question, and using gTranslate. This Firefox extension makes reading another language as easy as pie.
The extension uses the Google translation services to translate the text. Pick it up, and find out what the French have really been saying about us all this time.
Ever had the urge to manage your extensions and themes for Firefox locally? It might not be something that everybody wants to do. It sounds hard and complicated. Don’t worry though, I am sure you won’t be scared of it for too much longer.
I ran across this article at About.com about Firefox tips and tricks for so called “power users” yesterday. For the most part, it is a lot of keyboard shortcuts. Some of them I use myself, so I guess that would by-default make me a power user? If you need a refresher in getting around in Firefox, bookmark this source.
This page contains various tips and tricks for Firefox. Most of these tips involve editing of text files on your hard drive and is not recommended if you’re not familiar with basic file and folder usage. The tips are divided into four categories and sorted by importance/popularity.
Learning and using CSS can either be a webmaster’s best friend or a webmaster’s worst enemy. Learning what does what and how you get the most out of it isn’t always easy with CSS. Thanks to this Firefox extension though, you can learn from what you see what other Web sites do.