Collection of Firefox 3.5 Plugins for Web Development And Social Network

I divided this article in three sections – Web development, Social development related plugins and finally just overall handy plugins for better browsing.

Also I must remind you, you will not find already popular and well known extensions here, since the mayor community already are know such plugins like – GreaseMonkey, WebDeveloper or Firebug tools for example. Just scroll through the list, check screenshots and hopefully several of these plugins will be useful for your daily Firefox internet browsing.

Web Development Related Firefox Plugins

1.Palette Grabber 0.4.1

Creates a color palette for Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, GIMP, Flash, Fireworks, Paint.NET, or OS X based on the current page. This plugin is great using together with ColorPicker, actually extends possibilities.



Check the validity of links on any web page, this plugin is good for web designers and actually bloggers too.

There’s also a tool-bar button that can be added for easier access to LinkChecker. Just right click on your tool-bar, choose “Customize” and look for the button with the underlined blue check.


3.View Cookies

Just a little bit faster and handier way how to check site cookies.

It adds a tab to the Page Info dialog box, which shows the cookies of the

current web-page. This is interesting for developers, privacy-conscious users and others.


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Collection of Useful Firefox Extensions to Supercharge Firebug

Firebug is a revolutionary Firefox extension that helps web developers and designers test and inspect front-end code. It provides us with many useful features such as a console panel for logging information, a DOM inspector, detailed information about page elements, and much more.

Though Firebug is already fully packed with features out of the box, several extensions out there can enhance its utility. In this article, you will find the 10 best Firefox extensions for Firebug that will make your life, as a developer or designer, easier.

1. Pixel Perfect

Pixel Perfect

Pixel Perfect allows you to overlay web layouts and other design compositions onto a web page so that you can accurately (and easily) write your CSS and HTML. By being able to toggle a web composition on or off, web developers and designers can have a visual guide for pixel-perfect accuracy of the position and dimensions of web page components. Check out the video demonstration to Pixel Perfect in action. Continue reading

Free Firefox Add-on Collections + Add-on Collector Extension

Firefox is web developer’s favorite web browser. One of the major reason for this fact is its ability to extend through add-ons. Now Firefox add-ons system has been redesigned to enhance users ability to find and share add-ons. The most significant improvements are the Add-on Collections and Add-on Collector.

Collections are a way for you to categorize, mix, match and mingle add-ons. You can subscribe to collections created by other users or create your own. Add-on Collector is an extension for Firefox that makes it easy to stay up-to-date with your favorite collections. Continue reading

Free Firefox Extensions to Turn Gmail into a Powerhouse of Productivity and Manageability

GTDInbox Firefox Addon for Gmail

Firefox Extensions for GmailURL : GTDInbox
Description : GTDInbox is a powerful addon that will transform your Gmail inbox into an all in one manager that can compete with Outlook. You can do your most common functions within one or two intuitive clicks using a popup command box that allows you to preview, archive, delete or modify the labels of your emails. Another great feature is that you can mark emails as actions to be completed and given priority. Process actions by project, context or person.

Categorize actions, communication and resources?the features are seemingly endless, marvelous tool.

Better Gmail 2 Firefox Addon for Gmail

Firefox Extensions for GmailURL : Better Gmail 2
Description : Add useful extra features to Gmail, like hierarchical labels, macros, file attachment icons, and much, much more. Better Gmail 2 compiles the best Greasemonkey user scripts for Gmail into a single package.

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The Best 50 Firefox add-ons for Web-developers!

Mozilla Firefox is becoming more and more powerful tool in these days. Using right add-ons it will start to become a tool, You can`t live without as web-developer! Each of these plugins can make certain things easier and that`s especially important for web-developers, because searching for errors and optimizing your pages can be pretty painful and time-consuming process. And that`s the reason, why I looked over 100+ pages, to get overview which add-ons are used and recommended by amateurs.

1.Web developer`s toolbar

Web Developer`s tool bar probably will become one of the best plugins You`ve ever seen. It comes with his own tool bar that gives many useful tools for analyzing, validating and optimizing web-pages. The great thing about this plugin is that it’s on a few different browsers, so if you switch between them you will be able to use the same plugin on all.

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New Firefox privacy mode released for testers

Late Monday a small, yet big Firefox feature was released to testers of Minefield, Mozilla’s testbed application for new browser innovations. The new feature is private browsing, also known in some circles as “porn mode.” When toggled, it takes your Web history, user names, passwords, searches, and cookies and bins them the second you close out the window, effectively making it appear that the session never existed.

Monday night’s Minefield build included said privacy mode in all its glory, giving browser users the freedom to hide their browsing habits from others.
Similar to the implementation found in browsers made by Apple, Microsoft, and Google, the new mode can be started at any time during a browsing session. However, users must allow their existing window (with any open tabs) to be shut down while using the freshly opened “private” one. Once they close that out, it will simply re-open their original browsing session. Users can also opt to have every session start out in privacy mode, which could be a useful setting on public computers.

The feature has been on Firefox’s road map for some time now (Mozilla’s bug tracker has it posted back in mid-2004), however it could not be completed in time for Firefox 3’s release back in mid-June. In the meantime users have been able to achieve similar results using several extensions–the most notable being Stealther.

Expect to see privacy mode making its way into Firefox 3.1, which will feature privacy and performance tweaks, along with improvements to the built-in tagging system. If you want to become a tester, you can find out more here.