Thank you - do you find that the add on is much different then the built in protection already provided by firefox/google?
And China Channel - If you've never heard of china channel then you should get it, even if its just for the comical value. If you activate it, it tricks your IP to be a China one so you can access the net like the Chinese. I find it handy to see if any of my articles or websites are blocked in China.
If anyone downloads it, go to google images and search for "Tiananmen square"
I'm glad I live in the West...
Shareaholic and socialize it are toolbars that will combine ALL the social bookmarking sites into one toolbar,
I use adblocker on my research profile, but for my main default i dont get the luxury because Ads are part of my day to day income sources
China channel sounds like a fun experiment, im on my way to find it now
I wrote a hub on my favorite Firefox extensions here but my favorite one since writing that hub is definitely Greasemonkey scripts. I have it for adding site mirrors to Digg articles (as they're forever getting overloaded)
Other than that I like adding new themes to firefox, like Chromifox
Yeah, im def a greasemonkey addict - i have youtube video extender, an html gmail signature, a text area save (any box i write in gets a back up) and a google account multi log in- and i love trying out new ones
ill have to check out the digg mirrors - i never change my theme though im compact classic guy -as minimal as it gets
Multi Google Accounts? sounds interesting, will have to check that out, just like how I need to look into the new multiple inboxes support.
The text box save thing sounds useful too, I love skinning/themeing my apps, then again I'm the guy who bought WindowBlinds so that I could dress XP up like OSX 10
Firefox plugin? What's that?
Marisa (behind the times as usual)...
There are thousands of add ons for firefox to make your life easier and quicker, especially if you need to SEO things. Google Add ons and have a look.
or keep it local and check out all the hubs on the topic
http://hubpages.com/hub/Maximizing-the- … ent-minded
The couple of add-ons that I like are:
I use the youtube downloader more then anything. Sometimes I might download a dozen videos in one evening.
Anyone use a firefox plugin that shows which links are dofollow vs. nofollow?
seoquake does that
it does just about anything you can imagine
unfortunately, it does seem to slow down my browsing in general though
so i created a new profile that I use seoquake in only (i suggest trying that)
so does this one
it makes all nofollows red!
I prefer seoquake, but the second add on wont slow your browser down
A little plug in call Adblock plus. It's block all the annoying ads and let you surf more freely.
My favorites are listed here
I love Google notebook but now Google is not supporting it anymore But I'm still using it.
I like my Triond and StumbleUpon toolbars. I also like Twitterfox.
AdBlock plus is a good one but I tend not to use it these days since I like to check out what ads are on my hubs.
Coolris is a great way to look at images from webpages.
Linky, which opens every link on a page or selected links.
I'm also trying Hyperwords which allows you to look up the meaning of any word you come across, or translate it, or even find a related video on YouTube...and many other things. I'm finding it a little annoying when I'm writing hubs because it pops up every time I highlight a word that I want to fix.
Well that is actually 4!
There are only 4 of those for me
My favorite add-on is coolpreviews which lets you preview a page on mouseover
and my favorite extension is Tree Style Tab which puts the tabs down the side of the browser. This lets you see all the tabs that you need to keep open. Very handy.
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