10.26.2008

List of Firefox Add-ons to help you Saves Time (Episode #2)

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Firefox has tons of extensions that enhance the functionality of the browser. You can saves your time while you are surfing the net. The 6 Firefox Add-ons listed below is my recommendations to help you saves your time that will keep you focused on your time management.

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1. Morning Coffee



Morning Coffee is an extension that allows you to set a group of Web sites that will open (each in its own tab) with the click of a button. This will save you from having to roam through your bookmarks (while drinking that first cup of wake-me-up in the morning) to view your favorite sites. Read More: Morning Coffee - The FireFox Extension Must Have

Install Morning Coffee

2. History Submenus



Formerly named History Menu, this extension aims to make the History menu more usable, and the history sidebar less necessary. The extension adds a submenu for each day and lists all sites visited on that day, rather than just the last ten sites visited... as is in the standard History menu. Some of the extension's behavior may be changed through its preferences.

Install History Submenus

3. FlashBlock



Flashblock is an extension for the Mozilla, Firefox, and Netscape browsers that takes a pessimistic approach to dealing with Macromedia Flash content on a webpage and blocks ALL Flash content from loading. It then leaves placeholders on the webpage that allow you to click to download and then view the Flash content.

Install FlashBlock

4. LinkChecker



Check the validity of links on any webpage. Check webpage links at a glance with simple color coding. Ditch those massive listings of bad links that provide no context. Extremely useful when you need to check pages with many links that are external Web site. Quick way to see where you need to make updates.

Install LinkChecker

5. MeasureIt



Excellent add-on. Definitely a must. Draw a ruler across any webpage to check the width, height, or alignment of page elements in pixels.

Install MeasureIt

6. Plain Text to Link



Plain text to link is able to select plain text in a page and save it in a text file. Besides, with PTTL you can open links written in plain text (not clickable links): you select a link and open it with the right click PTTL menu. At last, you can search selected text in Google Groups, send it directly via email and other interesting function.

Plain Text to Link

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2 comments to "List of Firefox Add-ons to help you Saves Time (Episode #2)"

ArpitNext said...
October 27, 2008 at 3:08 AM

I would like to recommend these add-ons :

1> Vuzit : A web-based document reader, which can be helpful to view 38+ file formats without any special software installed in PC ( like PDF w/o any PDF Reader )

2> TwitterFox : Most Popular and time-saving for the tweeple :)

3>Capture It! : To take screenshots of browser window/area w/o launching any other Screenshot application!!

4> Fotofox & "Uploadr for Flickr" : These add-ons will save one's time as they enable picture uploading to particular popular sites too easy (just a right click away).

Onething more, please offer full feeds. You may have your reasons for partial/short feeds, but it is the |SINGLE| disgusting factor about TOQ.

DJYano said...
October 27, 2008 at 9:55 AM

Thanks for these great extensions, for the single feeds because it will load faster.

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