The Web is a fabulous thing. You can gather a number of images, sounds and videos in a matter of seconds. The only problem is that there is no quick and easy way of getting this done. Saving a number of galleries is always a pain in the rear. Well, that was the case till I found the DownloadHelper Firefox extension.
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Need to search for an image in a hurry? The Search Images With a Single Click Firefox extension allows you to do just that. No more typing in the URL, or going to Google then clicking on the “Images” link. All you need to do is highlight the term that you wish to search for and click “Search Images”. It automatically takes you to Google’s Image search.
As far as viewing graphics goes, Lightbox development has gone a long way for making it look more professional and pretty. What if you could add that to a Web site that didn’t provide it in the first place? To do that, you will need the Greased Lightbox Greasemonkey user script.
Greased Lightbox is a Greasemonkey/Creammonkey/Opera user script designed to enhance browsing on websites that link to images such as Google Image Search, Flickr, Wikipedia, Facebook, MySpace, and deviantART.
This script adds a nice interface to any graphics you might be browsing. I have been using a lightbox script for WordPress on SB1Online.com for some time now and I just love it. Adding that functionality to a Web site that doesn’t have it is even cooler.
To use this script you must have Greasemonkey for Firefox installed.
No mater what your way of doing things is, there always seems to be a better way to do it. When it comes to saving links and images on the Web, I have two extensions that will make your life on the Web a heck of a lot easier. With both the Save Link in Folder and Save Image in Folder extensions, you will become a browsing master.
When it comes to browsing images on the Web, there are not a lot of extra features or tools at your fingertips. Now I do not want a full image editor, I would just like to get a closer look at some of the images on the Web. That is where the Image Zoom Firefox extension comes into play. I bet you can guess from the name what tool it adds to Firefox.
Find yourself wanting to save a lot of images, but you don’t want to do it the old fashioned way? The whole right clicking, save as technique is old. How about you try getting that done in a way that will not kill your brain cells while you work. The Barracuda Image Saver is a savior for anybody who wants to do bulk image saving.
Do you have a creative streak in you? Do you have a talent for witty remarks or curiosity-inducing designs? Do you love Firefox? FoxyTee.com is looking for submissions to our WTF?! T-shirt contest. We’re looking for clever new Firefox T-shirt designs to be worn by Firefox fans and evangelists everywhere. The new designs should be eye-catching conversation starters that can be worn proudly by all those who wish to share their love of Firefox.
I bet you have asked yourself at least once, “How can I help spread the word about Firefox?” haven’t you? Well, the folks over at spreadfirefox.com have made this a really simple task. All you have to do is grab a few buttons from the spreadfirefox.com affiliates homepage. There are plenty to choose from there, so have at it.
There is no way to open an image or graphic in a new tab via Firefox. Why do you think this is? A conspiracy against image browsing? No, probably not. Now there is an extension to put your mind to rest. The Open Image In New Tab extension does just that, it opens up any image in a new tab.
Looking at pictures and graphics through our browsers is one of the small joys in life that many of us take for granted. There are other ways of viewing those graphics, and you don’t have to keep them in the browser to do so. Image Assistant helps you bring those pictures into another program.