Tag Archives | links

Easy Google Links

Enjoy using Google’s homepage as your browser start page?  It is easy and to the point with less mess or problems around it.  What if though, you could add a few extra links to the webpage to help you jump to other links or services that Google provides? That is what the add-on, Easy Google Links, adds to the browser.

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Right Links

Right Links is really cool. This extension allows to open links in new tabs with right-click directly and using “long” left-click. This is very useful for touchpads on notebooks and for mice without middle button.

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Paper

The Paper add-on for Firefox sends an article to Instapaper by shift-clicking a link, doesn’t make any noise and is pretty customizable. Great for adding links from one page in a bulk, you just click on each one and there you go.

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LinkParser

LinkParser helps you analyze the links on the page you are on at that very moment. It can differentiate between 9 different types of links and can mark them in different colors. Very customizable.

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Link Alert

Tired of seeing links and not being sure about where they go? The Link Alert add-on for Firefox will display an icon in the tooltip or next to the cursor indicating the target of the link you are looking at.

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Next Page Reader

Press a hotkey to increment or decrement a number in the URL! For example http://exmaple.com/1, http://exmaple.com/2, http://exmaple.com/3 …. Useful for websites that don’t provide a next or previous button, and adds convenience for those that do.

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QuickLinks

This add-on is a handy tool to navigate to your most frequently visited websites. It allows user to configure their own list of most frequently visited websites and by default comes with 15 plus most frequently visited websites around the world.

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