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Users Guide to the Firefox 2

Another great Firefox 2 guide has been released. This time around Kyle’s Cove gives you the best rundown about the newest member of the Mozilla family.

An overwhelming share of the web browser market has been held by Microsoft’s Internet Explorer for close to a decade now, but for the past two years their market share has been steadily declining in favor of the upstart web browser Firefox. This guide is designed to give you everything you need to know to get the most out of the Firefox 2.0 web browser.

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Free Backup Utility for Firefox

I have talked about it before, but it is worth mentioning again. MozBackup is simply the best backup utilitiy for Firefox. It is the only one I have been able to get to backup everything as well as restore. Most tools either do one or the other really well – MozBackup does both with no issues at all.

Over at Firefoxrawx, they have posted a really nice tutorial on how to backup using MozBackup. It is worth looking at if backing up is something that has always scared you.

Learning to Build a Firefox Extension

Say what bad things you want about them, I have to thank webmonkey.com for teaching me many different things when I first came Online. I still remember their tables tutorial, with the plate of food as an example, like it was written yesterday. Well this time the team is back at it again, but this time they are showing you how to create your own Firefox extension.

Today let’s take a look at how one goes about creating these magical extensions. The active ingredient is XUL, a markup language (the eXtensible [or “XML-Based”] User-interface Language, to be precise) that describes things like toolbars, menus, keyboard shortcuts.

+ Read More About Your First Firefox Extension!