Sometimes you do not need to keep a bookmark forever. You might be working on a small project or just keeping a few handy for research. No mater what your reason is, the Tark Firefox extension will come in handy for these types of projects.
bLaugh looks better in Firefox. In fact, we’ve gone out of our way to optimize our GIFs for Firefox. Everybody knows that graphics render themselves better in Firefox. Internet Explorer makes images look like graphics, whereas Firefox makes images look more image-like. We think Firefox is teh shiz.
One of the more unique blogging tools out there today has released a mighty big update!
The release of Performancing Firefox 1.3 brings a whole new dimension to the free open source blog editor. By making PFF extensible via the Themes and Addons API’s, and opening up the source code via subversion, we’re putting the blogosphere’s favorite editor where it belongs, in the hands of it’s users.
The folks over at CyberNotes have put together a list of some of the top Firefox security and privacy extensions you can get. If you are overly paranoid, I would say get them all. Getting all of them would probably also mean that you must wash your hands 523 times a day too. Some of these are good, some of them are great and some of them you can probably live without.
So out of the two big browsers of the future, which one will handle security issues better?
Microsoft and Mozilla are on a collision course, both racing to complete major updates to their flagship web browsers scheduled for release this fall. Over the past two years, Firefox has zoomed from nowhere to gobble a significant chunk of market share at Internet Explorer’s expense. The biggest selling point for Firefox is its generally better record on security issues; so it’s no accident that Microsoft has paid significant attention to beefing up security features in Internet Explorer 7.
Mozilla is not hiding anything from you. You have nothing to fear in that department. That triple dot you see when viewing a long title is a bug. Want to squash it? If so you will need the Long Titles Firefox extension.
Tired of seeing all those wacky entries when you go to type something into a text box in Firefox? Want to get rid of them? Well you can! All you need to do is…
Just start to type in into the form field until the grey drop down appears, then use the cursor keys to move to the entry to be deleted and press the SHIFT key and the delete key. Voila!
Yes I have yet another social news and information service for you. Before you roll your eyes and head on though, give me a few more seconds of your time. This new service from folkd.com is finally one that doesn’t seem like a direct ripoff of Digg.com.
I was bored yesterday, so I decided to create a little sidebar for everybody to enjoy. All you need to do to get it up and running is click the link at the end of this post. I wish I could say this took me hours to create, but honestly it only took a few minutes. Now you can listen to the number one hosting podcast across the nation all the time.
Do you find yourself doing the same thing over and over again? Do you always have something to say in a certain place, or would you like to test Firefox by setting it to do a number of tasks automatically? If any of this sounds interesting, go and get Selenium IDE.
Selenium IDE is an integrated development environment for Selenium tests. It is implemented as a Firefox extension, and allows you to record, edit, and debug tests. Selenium IDE includes the entire Selenium Core, allowing you to easily and quickly record and play back tests in the actual environment that they will run.
With that said, I also found a helpful tutorial on how to set up automated tasks with this extension as well.