Want to save an article or tutorial you find on a website for later? With Save as PDF you can save any webpage as a .pdf file to browse later. This add-on lets you easily save web pages to pdf. It places a button on your toolbar — just click it to save the current page as a pdf. It uses Pdfcrowd html to pdf online service.
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This great add-on for Firefox will convert units, timezones and currencies on any web page — and you also get a shopping assistant finding the best prices for you! (Currency conversions and the shopping assistant are disabled by default, but you can enable and disable them at any time.)
Quickly create PDFs anywhere from any source on the Web. The add-on PDF Download will let you save just about any type of content from any webpage as a PDF file. The extension also promises to remove the pain you can experience when you encounter PDF files online too.
For years now, I have been highlighting the best Firefox add-ons out there for you all to check out and use, if needed. However, not often do I go that extra mile to help you replace an add-on that I don’t think is that handy to have. Amazingly enough, ImTranslator is an add-on that have enjoyed a lot of popularity (3,875,310 downloads to be exact) however I think there is a better solution out there, that doesn’t even need an add-on for Firefox to be used.
Thanks to a popular Greasemonkey script turned Firefox add-on you can now rip videos from Facebook to watch whenever and where ever you want to. The simply named Facebook Video add-on for Firefox will help you get the job done.
How Does It Work?
This extension adds the functionality to download, convert or embed videos posted on Facebook. When you click the download video link, the video will open as a .mp4 file. You can then select, “Save Page As” from the File option in your menu bar to choose where to save the file on your PC.
The convert video link will take the video to the Zamzar free file conversion web site, where you can convert the file to .flv, .wmv, .avi, or the audio formats .mp3, .flac, or .wav.
Start Downloading Facebook Videos! – You can pick up the Facebook Video add-on from the Firefox Add-ons web site. So there you have it, now you can grab those Facebook videos you have been wanting to save to watch later. (Kudos goes to ZeroPaid.com for finding this tip!)
The experimental add-on YouTube 2 MP3 will convert and download YouTube videos in the .mp3 audio format. There is no doubt that YouTube has a large collection of music videos, so this type of service was bound to happen eventually.
Once installed, the add-on will add a link to each YouTube video page that says, “Convert & Download as MP3”. Once clicked, the extension takes you to another web site where the mp3 will be available for you to download. The only downside I could find, is that it takes some time to convert the videos to the .mp3 format.
As a bonus, if you want to use the YouTube video to mp3 converting service without the add-on you can do that too. Just bookmark this link: http://youtube2mp3.wmn.eu/
You can download YouTube 2 MP3 extension on the Firefox Add-ons web site.
I like the PDF format and so do a heck of a lot of other people. It is as close to an “alternative standard” as you can get. It might not be used for everything, but what it is used for – it is used well. How would you like to be able to convert to PDF right from Firefox?
All you need to do is download the LOOP for Firefox extension! Yet another good power tool for Firefox.
Upload, convert and combine your files to PDF from a tidy toolbar, without the conversion getting in the way of your Web browsing. LOOP for Firefox allows you to convert and combine files to PDF with the click of a button.
LOOP for Firefox also provides a revolutionary way to document web pages while browsing the Internet. You can seamlessly document URLs with the click of a button and then download or combine the web pages with other files to a single PDF.
Remember learning how to convert one form of measurement to another in school? I never really liked those few weeks in class, and now I feel vindicated that I didn’t learn a thing. You know why? Well, I have found a Firefox extension that will do all the hard work for me.