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Abduction – Easier Website Screenshots

Abduction Review for FirefoxThe Firefox extension Abduction makes it easy to do webpage screenshots.  This extension for Firefox has the potential to be a website designer’s best friend. Being able to do quick and easy screenshots can make any type of website design work easier.  You could cut minutes out of building that online portfolio or whatever other projects you might have.

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Prevent Tab Overflow

Do you enjoy tabbed browsing? Are you annoyed when Firefox is able to display just 7 or 8 tabs (and two scroll arrows) in the tab bar? This simple yet powerful add-on allows your tabs to shrink to a smaller size before going into overflow.

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Integrated Inbox

Integrated Inbox for GmailWith Integrated Inbox for Gmail, you’ll experience full integration of all Google web apps—right in your inbox. Everything you use—will be at your fingertips. For personal use, and for businesses, Integrated Inbox has benefits galore.

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YouTube Video and Audio Downloader

YouTube Video and Audio DownloaderYouTube Video and Audio Downloader downloads YouTube videos (using Firefox download manager) in all available formats (FLV, MP4, WebM, and 3GP) with video quality of your choice. It also contains a pure JavaScript library to extract the ORIGINAL audio file out of FLV videos. It also shipped with an offline tool to extract audio files out of FLV videos.

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Twitter Disconnect

Disconnect TwitterTwitter is notified whenever you visit one of the more than 20 percent of sites on the web that include Twitter widgets.  Turn off the flow of your data to them!  Twitter Disconnect blocks all traffic from third-party sites to Twitter servers but still lets you access Twitter itself.

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SEO Doctor

SEO Doctor ReviewNeed another SEO-inspired add-on for Firefox? SEO Doctor is made with both beginners and experienced SEOs in mind and it’s scoring system and recommendations are based on official SEO documents, namely Google Webmaster guidelines, Google Image guidelines and Google SEO starter guide as well as my own experience.

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NoSquint

NoSquint ReviewNoSquint allows you to adjust the text-only and full-page (both text and images) zoom levels as well as color settings both globally (for all sites) and per site. It is really great to use on those badly coded websites that give you an odd or tiny font that is almost impossible to read.

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CouponsHelper

Do a lot of online shopping?

CouponsHelper automatically finds coupon codes from thousands of retailers while you shop online. CouponsHelper is hidden until it finds coupons, so no pointless pop ups.  If you do a lot of online shopping, this add-on can come in VERY very handy.

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Tab History Menu

Tab History MenuWould you like to access your browser’s history right from the tab you are on? Grab Tab History Menu. When click on the selected tab, a history menu corresponding to it will display. If you find yourself going backwards and forwards while you browse the Internet – this is a handy add-on to have.

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Self-Destructing Cookies

Self-Destructing Cookies ReviewSelf-Destructing Cookies is not just a cookie manager, it’s a new cookie policy. Do you think that cookies should need a reason to persist in your cookie jar, i.e. you currently interacting with the site that set them? Would you prefer your cookie jar to be empty in its steady state, except for a few sites that you care about? Are you worried about unconventional tracking methods? Then give this add-on a try.

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