This photo, taken by the Hubble space telescope, bears a striking resemblance to Firefox’s logo. The logo is overlaid on the original image in the second picture for reference.
Mozilla Firefox is a free and open source web browser for Mac, Windows and Linux. It is the second most popular browser after Internet Explorer.
Like the previously mentioned Firefox Menu Editor, FFChrome is a new Firefox addon that lets you trim the contextual menu of your Firefox browser to show just the most useful commands.
You can now open email links directly inside web mail programs like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or you could configure mailto with any desktop based email client like Outlook, Windows Live Mail or Thunderbird.
Learn how to complete hide certain words from appearing on web sites so that the Internet is slightly more safer for your kids and family.
Ubiquity is a new Firefox plugin that can be used as a command line for creating simple Web mashups. Check this simple tutorial on how to write a new Ubiquity command.
Record your desktop screen or make a video of your Firefox browser windows with Capture Fox. It supports both audio and video.
When you type something in the Firefox address bar with Google Toolbar, it automatically performs a Google search if the phrase you typed doesn’t match a web domain. The situation is slightly different with OpenDNS but can be reverted with a simple hack.
If you prefer using keyboard shortcuts over mouse to interact with software programs, you’ll absolutely love mouse-less browsing for Firefox.
Send to Google Docs: Upload and Open Microsoft documents, PDFs and HTML web pages directly in your Google Docs account without downloading them to the hard drive.
This is interesting – you can get Firefox browser on a CD from the Mozilla Store for around $6 each.
There are two dictionaries on my system that contain almost identical words & spelling corrections but are stored in different locations and maintained separately.
When browsing web pages in Firefox, it often happens that the site you’re trying to access doesn’t load in one go. May be the web server is down momentarily or the site failed to opened due to a problem with your own Internet connection.
Wired-Marker is a permanent (indelible) highlighter that you use on Web pages. You can highlight not only text but also pictures, tables, and selected portions of the screen. You can even add notes to the highlighted items.
Old web browsers are not just insecure, they also pose a problem for web designers as they have to design sites while keeping the older versions in mind. If you like help people upgrade their outdated browsers, Pushup has created a script that can be easily integrated in any blog or website.
Instead of minimizing the browser to access desktop files, you can simple create a shortcut in the bookmarks toolbar of your browser that points to the desktop folder.
Pencil lets anyone sketch complex GUI mockup screens or web page prototypes in Firefox without even being a graphic designer.
MHT is a very useful file format for saving HTML web pages and all embedded graphics into a single file (also known as web archive). Firefox 3 cannot export web pages to MHT format by default but you can still add MHT support in Firefox.
The about:config page in Firefox allows you set preferences and tweak certain settings that are otherwise impossible to edit via the regular Firefox Options dialog.
Learn how to upload photos and screenshot images from web pages directly to your Flickr.com account with a right click.
Google today launched a new version of Google Talk for iPhone and iPod Touch that has no new features but definitely looks more pleasing than the regular Flash based Google Talk gadget.