Need to customize and expand your Favlist experience? Favslist is a website about ranking, rating and reviewing your favorite things. Your favorite movies, TV shows, comic books, video games, songs, albums, music artists, bands, animals, cities, … the list goes on and on.
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Need to customize Firefox? With the CCK2 Wizard, you can create custom Firefox configurations that can be installed as extensions or deployed with AutoConfig.
Sniply lets you embed your own call-to-actions into anybody’s website. Embed custom messages into articles from Forbes, TechCrunch, Mashable, BuzzFeed, anywhere. Sniply allows you to drive conversion through content marketing with anybody’s content.
Use Custom New Tab to load any URL you want when a new tab is opened. This is the only add-on (to the author’s knowledge) that allows the user a preference to have the focus placed on a web page (like a search engine’s search box) or in the URL bar.
Need to customize how many tabs you see in your Firefox window? Custom Tab Width is a really neat add-on for Firefox that makes doing this task really easy. It lets you customize the minimum and maximum tab width. Once installed, you simply need to go into the options for the add-on itself and then set the min number for the minimum size in pixels and the max number as the maximum number of pixels.
Did you know that you could add another toolbar to Firefox without needing to install an add-on? This customization feature is often overlooked and can come in handy if you need some extra space to store your buttons or any other toolbar elements you have added to Firefox.
The ACE Foxdie theme for Firefox might very well be one of the most creative themes I have seen out there today for the Firefox browser. Now, that is pretty big praise to give any theme out there for Firefox – but let me tell you why I think this is so.
What are some of the best Personas you can pick up for Firefox from the Film and TV category? I recently took a trip through some of the user created backgrounds for Firefox, and found ten of the best examples. These are all Personas I find both usable and fun to look at, and might help lighten the day the next time you launch your favorite browser.
Are you a big fan of Google’s custom search feature, which allows you to customize your own search engine to fit your needs? The Custom Google Search add-on for Firefox, in that case, is a perfect companion.
In a nutshell, this extension for Firefox allows you to create, use and mange your own Google Custom Engines from within the Firefox browser interface.
You can pick up the Custom Google Search add-on for Firefox on the Firefox Add-ons web site.
Want to have the power of your bookmark collection right at your fingertips? SiteLauncher will allow you to assign keyboard shortcuts to all your favorite bookmarks.
To launch, all you have to do is hit Ctrl+Space (or for the Mac users Ctrl+Alt). If you want to use it without the graphical launcher above, use Shift+Alt (or Shift+Ctrl for the Mac users).
Some of the best features include the ability to customize the appearance, set the launcher to open in current or new tabs, set the launcher up as your homepage and you can add as many sites to it as you need to.
You can get more information about it via the official web site, and download it via the Firefox Add-ons site. It is nice to see a good looking and well thought out extension – and this one fits the bill.