I have yet another extension that allows you to do something quick and easy inside of a quick and easy extension. It is a perfect match, don’t you think? Paste and Go 2 allows you to cut or copy a URL, and then launch it as soon as you paste it into the address bar.
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Now there is no saying that the adaptiveblue Firefox extension is not one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while. The folks behind the magic are pretty awesome as well. I just caught wind of this interview with Alex Iskold and I thought it gave a pretty good insight on what it takes to create such a project.
Ever wanted to see things on your Web site in the same context as the Google Bot does as it is crawling your Web pages? Well, thanks to this article and a little user agent switching – you can do just that.
The search engines index your website by using their bots which are also called crawlers or spiders. And these bots do nothing but visits the URLs and check your links and visits those links too. The keywords on the pages are indexed and recording all keywords it can find* and including it in the indexed information.
Need a new Firefox theme? The Modern Pinball theme is one that I really like because it does not try to distract me too much. Some themes are so active it is hard to focus on the Web site I am looking at. Modern Pinball keeps things pretty without demanding my attention.
The Modern Pinball theme is designed to please the eye without being distracting, and to be usable without wasting screen real estate. It provides a consistent modern look across operating systems, including MacOS, Linux and Windows.
Come on, you know you need something to do while killing time at the office. You know you want to play Pacman inside of your favorite orange and blue browser. Adding Firefox and Pacman together is like peanut butter and jelly. They are two great flavors that just seem to go together.
Not yet sure what Greasemonkey is all about? Here is one nice guide to get you started.
Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that allows you to write scripts that alter the web pages you visit. You can use it to make a website more readable or more usable. You can fix bugs that the site owner can’t be bothered to fix themselves.
‘Sketcher’ is a Firefox extension that allows you to draw graphic comments over web pages. You can link ‘sketches’ to other ‘sketches’, Web pages or files, organize sketches by topic and add in-line comments. A tool for web-research. Or for grafitting the web.
It seems like nearly every day there is a new tool that sheads new light on this feed reading revolution. Every time you think that all the ideas have been maxed out, something comes along to redefine the way you look at news and headlines again. What is it this time around? The Firefox extension, infoRSS might be the feed reading solution for you.
When it comes to editing text forms on a Web site, you are pretty much stuck with the tools the Web site provides. Some Web sites and scripts do it very well – while others tend to suck. What is the answer? Give the WYSUWYG Firefox extension a try!
wySUwyg is an Extension for Firefox browser which allows you to format the content of any TextArea. Just right-click on any web based form you want to fill, and launch the editor. It makes HTML formatting as easy as using a word processor, by bringing the power of Xinha editor to your browser.
Does the “sort by name” feature really throw off your organization of bookmarks and links in Firefox?
I couldn’t find an extension for this, and I didn’t dig too deep into the developers documentation, but I did find something in the chrome/browser.jar file. In order to remove the option you need to edit a file in that archive.