Need to scroll up on a webpage? Let us keep this simple. You need to pick up the Scroll Up add-on for the Firefox browser. It brings a small arrow into the interface that helps you jump back up. It is really that easy.
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Easy Read makes it easier to read sites on the web by blending links into articles on sites such as Wikipedia. This makes it easier to focus on and remember the great content and avoid distractions.
Capture & Print lets you print an area on a webpage easily. All you need to do is highlight an area and you are ready to go. There is no real simpler way to put this.
Want to create your own Firefox search plugin? The steps on how to do this used to be a lot easier back in the early days of Firefox, but now with the OpenSearch protocol in all modern browsers – the steps are a little more difficult. Have no fear though, because I have found a resource that will make creating your own Firefox search plugin easy again and it takes only a few simple steps.
Mozilla is getting into the world of social link sharing. With F1, you can add the functionality of sharing a link on Twitter, Gmail or Facebook into the Firefox browser. This neat add-on has a lot of potential, and is simple enough for anybody to pick up and use.
In a day where we have fantastic website designs, terrific layouts and tons of stuff to check out on the web – we sometimes forget that some people have more readability problems than most. The Readability add-on for Firefox looks to change that. It strips all the fluff from the webpage you are looking at – and delivers pure content.
What if translating text to a different language was as easy as highlighting text in your browser? It can be, if you pick up the gTranslate add-on for Firefox. With gTranslate installed, you can quickly translate any text on any webpage just by selecting the text you want to translate and right-clicking on it with your mouse.
Sometimes we all go a little tab-happy when it comes to our Internet browsing ways. You might be browsing around, one lazy Friday afternoon, and before you know it – you have twenty open tabs and then decide, "hey, maybe I should get back to work!". Well, have no fear, because I can get all your tabs closed in one click or two.
Every so often, you might need to find your Firefox profile folder to do some tweaking or maintenance of your own. In the past, this has lead to diving through your operating system’s folders and after twenty clicks, finding the information you need. Since Firefox 3.6 there is a much easier way to open your profile folder, with no additional extensions installed.
Want to remove all the clutter from your favorite site to read, and get right to the text? TidyRead, an extension for Firefox, removes all the extra stuff from a web page or article that can make reading on the Web difficult at times.
This browser add-on does a simple, yet effective, job of stripping away the extra content from news or blog article pages, leaving you with nicely formatted text to enjoy. Since the new version is overlaid on top of the old version, switch between the two is very easy. You also have the options to customize it to suit your own reading style too (white on black, black on white, white on green, ect).
Well worth trying out, if you find some of the content on the Web a little hard on your eyes. You can pick up TidyRead on the Firefox Add-ons web site.