There used to be a nifty little bar at the bottom of my laptop screen. It had SEO quake icons in it, plus a couple of other tools and when I hovered over a hyperlink it showed me the destination URL.
Where has it gone???? Did you see someone take it?
Have you noticed anyone running through your neighbourhood with a SWAG bag and my toolbar poking out of it.
I blame the Government.
Please help - I really need it back.
Any ideas my techy friends?
The solution to your problem may lurk at seoquake.com.
Come to think of it… Right-click where the toolbar used to be and peruse the options.
yep - go to seoquake, spend an hour or two climbing through any and every hoop that a kid can do in one minute and when you are done it will telll you that it is already installed - but won't tell you how to find it Mwhahhahahaha !! or right click the bottom bar and see if there is some kind of check list tool bar options - it may be in there unchecked by accident. good luck.
I tried reinstalling it but no luck. I had it already but its like whole bar disappeared from Firefox with all my useful icons in
I even just went to view and ticked the box that said 'SEO Quake toolbar' - was pretty sure that would work but no.
Could you by any chance have hidden it yourself? Or disabled it? I think it's the bookmark bar that you've placed the icons in. You can enable it by going to View > Toolbars > Bookmarks Toolbar and then make sure there's a check in front of it.
Yeah even on Firefox the bottom bar should still be showing, with or without SEO Quake on.
I've done this at times, kinda accidentally hit it or dragged it or something and ended up making it go bye-bye.
Unfortunately I don't recall how I ever fixed it.
Okay Spacey got to VIEW then hit Status Bar. That should fix you up I think.
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