What is this add-on all about? With it you can add the full URL or hostname of the current web page to the window title. Designed to help other applications identify the current window.
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What is this extension all about? This is a Firefox extension that allows to right click an element and copy the page URL with the element’s ID appended as an anchor. Useful if you want to keep a link to specific section of a webpage.
This is a Firefox extension that allows to right click an element and copy the page URL with the element’s ID appended as an anchor. Useful if you want to keep a link to specific section of a webpage.
This add-on lets you create a short URL for the current page or selected link using the URL shortener of your choice.
URL MultiCopy allows saving of links multiple times from multiple locations and then pasting all to the Clipboard. It does not interfere with normal copy/paste functions until data is saved to clipboard.
The extension for Firefox, Copy Urls Expert, provides options to ‘Copy Urls of All Opened Tabs in Current Window’, ‘Copy Urls of Tabs in All Windows’, ‘Copy Urls of All Links in Selected Text’ and ‘Copy Urls of All Images in Selection’. Allows to open multiple tabs.
Need a new way to shorten your links? Foxy URL hopes to be the extension you turn to, in that situation. This add-on for Firefox keeps it nice and simple. After you install it, you just add the icon for it to your navigation toolbar. Once that is done, click on the icon and your link is shortened.
Click the “copy to clipboard” button and you are ready to share your link with the world. That is it. No fancy features, no unwanted fuss. You can pick up the Foxy URL add-on for Firefox at the Firefox Add-ons site or via their own web site at FoxyURL.com.
In need of shortening a long URL into a short one? Now, I don’t have to tell you that there are a plethora of services out there to do this for you, however I think I may have found my new favorite way of doing so in Firefox.
Shorten URL, an extension for Firefox will do this for you. From the context menu, you can quickly shorten any link or web page’s URL into one that is easier to share. Once installed, you can launch the link shortener in a number of different ways. Right-clicking any link will give you the “Shorten this link URL” in the context menu. Also right-clicking on any page will do the same. You can even even launch the link shortener for a specific frame too.
Here are some of the other Shorten URL features:
- Automatically copy to clipboard (disabled by default)
- Automatically post to Twitter (disabled by default)
- Supports 35 URL shortening services
We all love using Greasemonkey to help customize the Web or Firefox itself to our liking. There is a problem though when it comes to finding scripts based around a certain URL. It is not an easy thing to do. That is where Greasefire, an add-on for Firefox, comes into play.
As a companion extension to Greasemonkey, Greasefire automatically find Greasemonkey scripts on Userscripts.org for the URL you are looking for. When you are browsing a web site that does have user scripts available, Greasefire will light up the Greasemonkey icon in the status bar. Then, right-click the Greasemonkey icon and choose the “X scripts available” item to see and install the scripts available for the current page.
So, if this is always looking for user scripts, isn’t that going to slow down your browsing? Not exactly. Greasefire works with a local level index to search for scripts that apply to the page you are on. The local index updates periodically, so you shouldn’t be too out of the loop when doing lookups either.
You can pick up Greasefire on the Firefox Add-ons site.
User Script Trouble? Be sure to check out the Beginner’s Guide to Greasemonkey!
One of those pesky things that bug me is when somebody writes a link in that I want to click, but there is no HTML code included to make it into a click-able link. Thankfully several add-ons for Firefox have figured out how to turn URLs and e-mail addresses not marked up as a link into things I can click on.
There are eight add-ons for Firefox that do this job very well. The only problem is that there is not that much difference between them.
Know of a number nine I might have missed? I wouldn’t be surprised. This seems like a very popular idea to do for a Firefox extension for some reason. Since today is my birthday, just consider these eight gems your present from me.