Tag Archives | firefox

How to Setup Firefox Sync

Now that the mobile version of Firefox is a lot better, I have ditched the basic browser that came with my phone and reinstalled Firefox. One nice thing about Firefox is it allows you to sync your bookmarks and more across multiple devices.  This means I can access my same list of bookmarks from anywhere.

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Link Ninja

Link Ninja allows you to swiftly select multiple links by opening a selection rectangle with your mouse. Once your selection is complete a configurable action can be applied to the result. Targeting Rules can be specified to constraint the selection.

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Tab Data

Need to know specific statistics about your tabs? Tab Data will provide you with tab related statistics and data.  I could see this being helpful for counting webpages, bookmarks or even being helpful for other add-on authors.

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Sniply

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.

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