Want to get a preview of the website you are about to visit via your favorite search engine? This is the extension previously known as GooglePreview. Inserts preview images (thumbnails) and popularity ranks of web sites into the Google, Yahoo, Bing and DuckDuckGo search results pages.
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Image Search Options provides a set of highly customizable reverse image search context menu options. This Firefox Extension adds a set of customizable context menu options to the right click menu of images. These options allow for fast and efficient use of the IQDB, SauceNAO, TinEye, GazoPa, Ascii2D, Cydral, Yandex, Baidu, Google, (etc…) reverse image search engines.
Like to have SEO (search engine optimization) tools at your fingertips? Then you need to install the SearchStatus add-on for Firefox. It makes it very easy to see information on several different website ranking services and also gives you some handy tools to use so you can improve your rankings too.
Want to hide what you were previously looking for? It doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Maybe you just don’t want to see so many search suggestions? Firefox makes it fairly easy to clear one search entry from the search box in the upper-right corner of the browser or you can clear everything. How so?
Tired of getting suggestions through the search box in Firefox? There is a really easy way you can disable that feature of the browser. These suggestions are data pulled in from the search engines themselves. Firefox merely retrieves the search suggestions from the search engines, and displays the list to assist you in selecting a search phrase that has been used by many other users throughout the world before.
By using smart keywords, you can search specific websites right from the Firefox location bar. Rather than going to that website, finding the search box and typing in your thing you want to search – you can type the keyword and your search quarry right in the location bar.
The QuickWiki extension for Firefox gives you the ability to quickly lookup a word in Wiktionary or Wikipedia without needing to open a new tab up to do so. I have been using this add-on for a while and I do have to say it does make it a little easier to look up words on these two wiki services. If you find yourself quoting either of these sources very often – then this extension is a must download.
Being able to add any search box to Firefox’s built in searching tools would be great, right? Well, you can get this done with the Add to Search Bar add-on for Firefox. This handy add-on for the browser will let you right click on any search box in any website and add it to the choice of search engines in the top-right corner of Firefox.
For all the things that the most recent versions of Firefox have done for simplifying the interface, why do we still need to have a separate box for searches? If you are like me and are needing a way to simplify the browser even more – try out Instantfox.
Firefox’s history features have always been a little lacking if you need to do any real heavy duty searching for something you browsed through before. One add-on from Mozilla Labs that is looking to change that is RecallMonkey. It gives you more powerful searching options when it comes to browsing through the Firefox browser history.