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Custom Keyboard Layouts In Firefox

The technical world and the advance of the Internet has made it a necessity for many users to speak English. This does leave many users with at least two languages that they […]

12 IMDB Userscripts

Userscripts come in handy in many different situations. They really shine when it comes to adding, changing or removing features on websites. Probably the most popular way to use userscripts is by […]

Add Text Link Information To Websites

Mashlogic is a popular Firefox add-on that adds text links to contents on the web that display information when you hovere over them. What makes the add-on interesting is the ability to […]

IMDB Movie Review Links

IMDB, the Internet Movie Database, is the authority website on the Internet when it comes to information about and reviews of movies. It offers an incredible amount of information about past, present […]

Increase Firefox Security With FormFox

Add-ons can increase the security of the Firefox web browser significantly. Popular extensions like NoScript, Safe SSL or Safe Cache add additional security layers to Firefox which protect users outright, or provide […]

Move Firefox Tabs From the Top to the Side

Many experienced Windows users have moved the Windows Taskbar from the bottom to the side of the desktop. This offers several advantages, especially on widescreen monitors, as you can display more open […]

Resize The Firefox Window With Geometry

Custom Geometry is a Firefox add-on that allows you to resize and position the Firefox window anywhere on the desktop that you like. You can resize a Firefox browser window to any […]

Manage Firefox Web Browser Form History

Form History Control is a browser add-on for the Firefox web browser that you may use to manage saved form data in Firefox. There are two methods of removing form history data […]

Littlefox Theme Optimizes Firefox Screen Usage

Littlefox is a very popular full theme for the Firefox web browser that aims to minimize the space Firefox's browser chrome uses. It's main purpose is to make more room for sites […]

Print Friendly Removes Uneccessary Elements Before Printing

Print Friendly is a free online service that you may use to turn any web page into a copy that is optimized for printing. We have covered services and applications before that […]

Two Firefox Add-Ons That Help You Extend The Web Browser

Users of the Firefox web browser have thousands of add-ons and scripts at their disposal that they can use to extend the functionality of the web browser. It is absolutely impossible to […]

Firefox Web Browser Add-On Suggestions

The experimental Firefox add-on AST Add-ons Suggestion Tool offers add-on suggestions based on the already installed add-ons in the Firefox web browser. Update: The browser add-on was pulled from Mozilla's Add-on repository. […]

Mozilla Ubiquity Command List

Ubiquity is an interesting add-on for the Firefox web browser that was covered before here on Ghacks Technology News. Here is a short explanation of what Ubiquity adds to the Firefox browser:. […]

5 Essential Firefox Extensions

One of the best and most popular features of the Firefox web browser is the browser's extension support. Extensions are additions to the web browser that add new features and options to […]

How To Remove Favicons In Firefox Bookmarks

Favicons are those tiny little icons that are displayed in front of every bookmark and tab in the Mozilla Firefox web browser. They can be used to identify a website next to […]


Firefox Custom Builds

Custom builds of the Firefox web browser are created by third-parties. They usually optimize Firefox (compiler and code), and sometimes add new features to the web browser, or even remove features from […]

Search Web Sites In Firefox Web Browser

You can use the site: parameter in search engines like Google, Bing or Yahoo to search only a specific website. The firefox command for example displays all Ghacks pages that refer […]

Ubiquity to be built in to Firefox

If you're into browsers, browser tech and mashups, chances are you know what Mozilla's Ubiquity is. In a nutshell, it's a mashup service which lets you navigate and manipulate the web in […]