Do you feel like you need a little more privacy while you are browsing? Maybe you just like to surf the Web mysteriously without knowing where you are going next. No mater what the reason is, I bet you can find a good reason to use the Page Title Eraser Firefox extension.
Are you upset with the way Digg looks now at version 3? Well, with a little scripting and some CSS skills you can roll yourself back to a more pleasing version. Personally I like the new look, but I have seen others that do not. Here is the fix for your problem.
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.
Maybe it has and maybe it has not happened to you. You are surfing along at a Web site and somebody walks into the room. Instead of turning around and trying to shove them out, you can just rename that open tab. How are you suppose to do that? Well first, you need to pick up the RenameTabs Firefox extension.
First things first, I have to say congrats to the folks over at Firefox. No mater how many folks out there might say that Firefox isn’t the browser for them for this reason or that reason, 200 million speaks volumes. It shows there has been and will be an audience for such a browser.
Here is what Asa Dotzler had to say via the SpreadFirefox.com Web site:
Let me start off by saying that YOU ALL ARE AMAZING! Today the Firefox download counter crossed the 200 million mark. We know that this number doesn’t represent actual users because this number includes both Firefox 1.0 and Firefox 1.5 (soon Firefox 2,) because not every one completes every download, and because not every download results in a new Firefox user.
Swiftfox is an optimized build of Mozilla Firefox. Swiftfox has builds for both AMD and Intel processors. The 184.108.40.206 release is based on Firefox 220.127.116.11. The trunk is the most cutting edge of all the builds and is where Firefox 3 is being developed. Branch builds are built from a code base that has been tested much more than the trunk and therefore should be considered to be more stable. The 1.8 branch is where Mozilla develops Firefox 2 which will be the next major Firefox release.
Now you have probably heard of the idea of setting multiple start pages via Firefox before. Did you know though that you can set your throbber to open up several bookmarks as well? It will take a little editing in about:config, but I promise it is not that hard to do.
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.
A few four letter words got you down? I do not think you will have to worry about it on this Web site, but on others you might have a problem with curse words getting on your screen. If this happens to you and you don’t want it to, you need the Profanity Filter! This script filters profanity from Web sites.
To use this script you must have Greasemonkey for Firefox installed.
Thanks to Jim for pointing this one out to me. It looks like Portable Firefox has a new edition out with some awesome features not seen before.
Portable Firefox is now Mozilla Firefox – Portable Edition (Firefox Portable among friends), and version 18.104.22.168 has been released. It’s the popular Mozilla Firefox web browser packaged with a PortableApps.com Launcher as a portable app, so you can take your bookmarks, extensions and saved passwords with you. This new release adds in a ton of new features, including: the ability to run from a CD, complete Firefox partial update support, in-place upgrades, lots of handy bug fixes, support for running within Wine on *nix and more.