Changes the selected search engine in the search bar by scrolling the mouse over the search bar or search context menu. Also supports keyboard shortcuts ctrl+k and ctrl+shift+k to change the search engine with the keyboard.
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Need another SEO-inspired add-on for Firefox? SEO Doctor is made with both beginners and experienced SEOs in mind and it’s scoring system and recommendations are based on official SEO documents, namely Google Webmaster guidelines, Google Image guidelines and Google SEO starter guide as well as my own experience.
Many web designers and search engine optimizers will tell you that it is important to keep a high text to code ratio when developing a web site. I have just stumbled upon an add-on that will help you do that very task. The Text to Code Ratio add-on will provide you a simple percentage based score at the bottom of your Firefox browsing window to tell you what your text to code ratio is.
One big complaint about search engines is they are all rather vanilla with their visual representation. Wouldn’t it be better if you could color code things a ‘bit more? One Greasemonkey script that does a great job at this is Colorful Search.
I usually don’t have a lot of clutter in my browser, but my search engine collection had gotten a little crazy, till I cleaned it out yesterday. Right now, I have it down to five – because I really didn’t need the 15 I had, because I hadn’t used ten or eleven of them in months or years.
How can you remove your unused search engines? Click on the Firefox search box, and then go down and select the Manage Search Engines… option. Now, on the Manage Search Engine List you can move up, move down or remove search engines you don’t use anymore.
Just because you CAN add 200 or more search engines doesn’t mean you should. This is just one more quick way you can lighten the load on your favorite browser.
SeoQuake is a very neat extension available for Firefox that is a search engine optimizer’s best friend. It has been developed for the look-see of site’s parameters in search results of Google, Yahoo, MSN, Yandex, Rambler search engines and any other pages as well.
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.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is important for just about every Web master out there. You always want to know where your competitors are and how you are standing in the search engine rankings. SEO for Firefox hopes to make your optimization process just a little easier.
Want to know why Google or Yahoo! ranks pages? If so this is the Firefox extension for you. SEO for Firefox pulls in many useful marketing data points to make it easy get a more holistic view of the competitive landscape of a market right from the search results.
When it comes to search engine optimization (SEO) work, you can never get enough tools to help you get the job done. You can think of the Niche Watch Tool as one more thing to hang from your search engine optimization tool belt. This extension almost acts as a spy to see what your Online competitors are up to, and how close you are to beating them.
Everybody is searching these days. If your not searching for data, then you are searching for a better way to search. The entire thing seems like a cycle that nobody will break anytime soon. If you feel like your stuck in a search engine rut, then check out Web Search Pro.