The ‘Mozilla Firefox’ Archives
Posted July 11, 2010 by

Firefox 4: Move the Home Button to the Tab Bar

You can move the Home Button (as well as the back one page and forward one page) button to the tab bar customize the Firefox interface more to your liking.

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Posted July 8, 2010 by

Firefox 4 Beta: How to Disable the Feedback Button

If you’re trying out the beta of the new Firefox, but want to ditch the Feedback button, here is the quick and easy method for getting rid of it.

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Posted June 30, 2010 by

Firefox 4: How do I move tabs to bottom or top of address bar?

One of the new features in firefox 4 is the ability to place the tabs either below or above the address bar. This tutorial will show you how to toggle between the two areas.

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Posted June 29, 2010 by

OS X: Install and Run Firefox 3 and Firefox 4 on the Same Computer

Are you dying to try out firefox 4 but not ready to give up firefox 3? You can run them both safely on your apple os x system. Here is how to do it. Updated for latest versions of firefox.

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Posted June 19, 2010 by

Install Firefox in XP, Vista, or Windows 7 without Administrative Priviledges

Within many computer environments, users do not have admin privileges to install software packages. This becomes very frustrating when that same user is locked into a substandard browser like IE6. This tutorial demonstrates how to install and run firefox without administrative rights.

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Posted November 16, 2009 by

Firefox: How to Make Google Reader the Default RSS Reader for Subscribing to Feeds

If you are a Firefox user and Google Reader is your RSS feed reader, you normally have to take an extra step of choosing how you want the feed displayed, either on your Google homepage or in Google Reader. By making a couple of simple changes in the about:config settings, you can click on an RSS feed and preview it directly in Google Reader, one step away from subscribing to the feed.

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Posted November 3, 2009 by

Firefox: Enable AutoFill in URL (Address) Bar

By default Firefox has AutoFill disabled for the address bar, but if you like this functionality, you can enable it by following these steps.

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Posted November 3, 2009 by

Firefox: Enable Case Sensitive Searches When Using Find (Ctrl+F)

If you use Firefox’s Find (Ctrl+F) to find a term or name on a web page, you might try using case sensitive searches to make things easier. This is disabled by default but can easily be changed by taking the following steps.

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Posted November 2, 2009 by

Firefox 3.6: Enable Visual Previews When Using Ctrl+Tab (Windows Only)

By default, Ctrl+Tab will switch between open tabs in Firefox. But if you are running Windows 7, you should enable Visual Previews for a sexier way of navigating your open tabs.

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Posted August 4, 2009 by

Firefox: Automatically Open Result Page from Search Box in New Tab

Firefox’s search box is a helpful feature, but by default it opens the result set in the open tab. If you want to keep your current tab unchanged, you can set Firefox to open the search box’s result set in a new tab.

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Posted July 15, 2009 by

Firefox 3.5: Stop the Location Bar from Suggesting Bookmarks and/or History

By default, Firefox’s location bar suggests existing bookmarks and previous browsing history. If you find this to be more than you want to deal with, you can disable the suggesting of bookmarks, browsing history, or both.

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Posted July 8, 2009 by

Firefox 3.5: Set Gmail as the Default Email Client

If you use Gmail as your primary email client, Firefox 3.5 makes it easy to associate any mailto links that you might encounter to us Gmail as the default email client. While this has been possible with previous versions, you don’t need to jump through any hoops or use any add-ons with Firefox 3.5.

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