It has been over a year since we launched the Facebook fan page and it has been a real success. At the current date and time, we have over 500 fans and we keep growing every single day. Are you missing out on the fun? All you need to do is head over to our Facebook Fan Page and click on the “Like” button on the top of the website. Then post your Firefox comments, questions or just say hi to some of the other people who are following Firefox Facts on Facebook.
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Well, it has been over a year since I messed around with the design of FirefoxFacts.com, so I thought we were long overdue for a new look here. I have tried to both simplify things and make the layout and design more user friendly too.
Some of the most noticeable changes include:
- Bigger fonts/easier to read posts and pages
- Better search, dropped Google Site Search
- Simplified the navigation too, you can easily jump from categories to related "facts" to the next post in the archive all with one click
I really hope you enjoy the new look, and tell your friends to come visit too. Thanks for reading Firefox Facts, and there will be plenty more Firefox tips, themes, add-ons, tutorials and more in the future.
Anything else you’d like to see? Leave a comment and let me know!
Now I know many people don’t like pandering to the audience for things, however I do want to let you all know it is really easy to follow Firefox Facts in a number of different ways.
Subscribe via RSS
All you have to do to subscribe to the RSS feed is click that orange icon in the Firefox address bar.
You will then be given many different options in which you can subscribe to the feed. You can set it up as a Live Bookmark or you could use services like Google Reader, Bloglines and more to get instant access to all the Firefoxy goodness you will find here.
Subscribe via E-mail
To subscribe by e-mail, and get daily e-mail updates when a new post has been made – type your e-mail address into the empty text box at the top, and hit the “Subscribe!” button.
Once you do, a window will pop up asking you to type in a series of letters to verify you really want to subscribe. once you do, click the “Complete Subscription Request” button and your all set.
It is all totally free, as I don’t charge you a dime (nor would I want to). The only revenue I make from the site is from the Google ads your hopefully not blocking, to pay for the upkeep of the site.
Big thanks to the 7,000+ that are subscribing already and the many more who come in to check out the web site daily. You ROCK!
You can also follow me and my projects on Twitter @mitchkeeler!
So there is your how to subscribe to Firefox Facts public service announcement. I now return you to your regularly scheduled Firefox tips, tutorials and more – already in progress.
Have you seen the new menu item on FirefoxFacts.com? I have gone through the four years of archives I’ve posted here to find all of the “best of” Firefox-related posts. Here is just a small sample of the posts you will find there:
- Tweak up the Bookmarks Bar in Firefox
- 10 Popular Web Designer Tools for Firefox
- Turn Your Firefox into an Arcade
- 10 Great Money Saving Add-ons for Firefox
- 7 Amazing Musical Add-ons for Firefox
Be sure to check out the new “Best of Firefox” page via FirefoxFacts.com, for a true collection of every best of list I have put out there over the years.
Today is a special day, because it marks the 4 year anniversary of the start of Firefox Facts. Starting 4 years ago as a spin-off project related to the e-book and Firefox articles I had been writing for Lockergnome, Firefox Facts has expanded by leaps and bounds, and thankfully has drawn in a fan following of it’s own over the years.
I won’t go on and on about it though. I just wanted to mark this special occasion and thank you for making this web site the success that it is today. As long as you keep reading, I promise to keep pumping out as much content as I can to all my projects, including Mitchelaneous and the Web Hosting Show too. Want to give Firefox Facts a birthday present?
Go share the RSS feed with a friend, family member or your own cult following.
In case you missed it, here is the new FirefoxFacts.com layout and design I have been working on for the past few weeks. Let me know what you think!
It is live now, if you haven’t checked it out yet. I have added a lot of nice features, fixed a lot of design flaws and hopefully, all the big changes have been done. Will probably be doing a few more small tweaks here and there – but overall I am pretty happy with it.
As some of you might have noticed, there were no new posts yesterday. This is due to the fact that we are in the middle of a big server move for Firefox Facts. No more cheapo hosting account for us. We have gotten just about everything moved over to FastServers.net. After the recent surge of popularity after the Firefox 3 release – I realized it was time I looked for help from the pros, and well FastServers.net is about as pro as you can get.
So all is going fine here, and if your not seeing this post now, you should within a couple of days. Then again, if you can’t see this post how would you know your missing it? Quantum theory aside, expect the same ol’ Firefox goodness, just at a new home.
What can you do to help? Get your friends, family and even that creepy Internet Explorer loving neighbor of yours to come visit and also pass them our RSS subscription link too. Did I also mention you can get e-mail updates too?
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