Tired of hitting, “Next” to see the next part of any page? No matter if you are looking through search results on Google or reading through a series of articles, the “next link” has become such an annoyance, somebody has developed an add-on for Firefox to get around it.
AutoPager is an extension that will automatically load the next page in a series of links so you have a continuous and infinite scrolling web page. By default AutoPager works with a ton of sites, including Lifehacker, the New York Times, Digg, and, of course, Google.
What if you want to use this add-on on a web site it was not configured to work with yet? Check out this tutorial on how to create new rules for the AutoPager extension:
So if you are tired of hitting “Next” then get yourself to the Firefox Add-ons site to pick up this recommended add-on. If you want to learn more about AutoPager, you can also visit it’s official section over at teesoft.info.