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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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.
Cutyfox URL Shortener shortens the long link of the current website and copies the short version into your clipboard. You can generate bit.ly, j.mp, goo.gl, is.gd and mcaf.ee links. It supports also user definable keyboard shortcuts.
This extension helps the user to convert any URL to his own Guppit URL and share it on various social networking and bookmarking platforms in just one click, thereby saving his efforts in going to Guppit.com to do so.
Select a number of links with a rectangle and open them all in new tabs in the same or a new window(s), download them or copy them to the clipboard. You can also lasso checkboxes to quickly check or uncheck them.
Copy All Links is amazing. This lightweight add-on allows you to copy all the links on a web page, or only the ones in selection. It also allows you to choose weather to copy all the links or only download links.
The Open link in… add-on for Firefox adds context menu items for opening links and images in a new background tab (or foreground tab if your tabs normally open in the background), in a new background or foreground window, and in the current tab. Optionally gathers items into a submenu.
Firefox has a lot of helpful features we don’t always use or know about. One of these that gets overlooked a lot is the Quick Find feature. If you want to simply find a phrase that appears in a link on the page you are viewing, follow these simple steps:
Firefox’s private browsing mode is pretty sweet when it comes to surfing the Web and hiding your tracks, however it is still relatively difficult to get into. Due to this fact, many people forget it is there or never use the private browsing mode feature. I have found an extension though that allows you to right-click any link and choose to open the link in the private browsing mode in Firefox. It’s name is Open in Private Browsing Mode.
Need a way to easily highlight links you already have bookmarked while you are browsing the Web? The Bookmark Highlighter add-on for Firefox will get the job done. This quick and easy add-on for Firefox will highlight links to any URLs on a webpage that are currently saved to your bookmarks.