Posts Tagged ‘firefox’

WordPress Personas For Firefox

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March 12th, 2010
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What WordPress is to Blogging, Firefox is to browsing, so what happens when we can get both of them to get together? WordPress personas for Firefox :-)

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WordPress News for 11/25/08

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November 25th, 2008
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First on the list is a large collection of WordPress video tutorials, tips and tricks ranging from the very basic to the very advanced from SpeckyBoy. This list also includes our very own Weblog Tools Videos which lists various WordPress and blogging videos, tips, tutorials and reviews. Noupe has listed 11 new “Most Wanted” hacks for WordPress in a nice illustrated list. The new hacks include protecting your pictures from hotlinking and Custom Google Search for WordPress. WPMU has received 37 nominations for their WordPress MU awards for 2008 and are looking for people to help choose the winners. View the nominations and vote for them. Michael Kubler has written up a tutorial to make WordPress captioned images work as expected on your WordPress theme. Captioned images were introduced in WordPress 2.6 (I believe). This blog had the same problem till we managed to wrangle the extra CSS code for […]

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Add WP Search Engines To FF

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March 4th, 2008
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Jeremy Clarke mentioned to me about a way to search the Codex, WordPress support area and the plugin repository all from within FireFox. If you support users as I do in the WordPress IRC chat room, there are a lot of times where I do a search on the Codex to look up the page for a certain function that someone is inquiring about. Thanks to Jeremy’s tip, I no longer have to visit the actual page to perform a search. If you visit the MyCroft page on Mozdev.org you’ll notice a number of links that you can click on. Each one of these links are a search engine plugin that was coded for FireFox. What this means is that, you can add WordPress specific search engines to the search engine tool bar within FireFox which is usually occupied by Google by default. In order to install a SE plugin, […]

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Akismet Auntie Spam Ver 2

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September 13th, 2007
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Managing Spam Maintenance with Akismet Auntie Spam Version 2: engtech has updated his “Akismet Auntie Spam” greasemonkey script. This new version has some nice improvements including collation of spam from the same IPs, grouping by sender, better usability and quite a few other slick new features. If a lot of spam gets caught in your Akismet plugin and you need to run through them quickly to weed out false positives, this script is the ticket. I have been using it since the original beta and I like it.

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FF Extension: Tails

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September 18th, 2006
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FF Extension: Tails Find out what microformats are embedded in the page you are viewing and then perform customizeable actions via the Tails scripts. Supports at least six microformats. Thanks Stephanie

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Windows Live Writer Firefox Extension

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August 31st, 2006
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Windows Live Writer Firefox Extension Access right click posting to Windows Live Writer from Firefox. Works much like the WordPress Press It bookmarklet. Must have Windows Live Writer installed on your computer.

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Performancing releases Firefox Extension

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Performancing releases Firefox Extension Full featured blog editor for Firefox that lets you blog from right within Firefox. Works with WordPress.com, WordPress hosted and a multitude of other blogging platforms. Many more screenshots here. Not sure if I will get away from my bookmarklets, but this does look promising.

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Mouse-less Firefox

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November 29th, 2005
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Mouse-less Firefox: On the eve of a new release of Firefox (1.5) check out this nicely written, resourceful article on useing Firefox without touching your mouse. One of my coworkers is a BIG keyboard advocate and thanks to his association, I have started to use a lot of very useful shortcuts. Coding is SO much easier when you dont have to move your hands to touch the mouse.

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Opinion: Flock Never Stood A Chance

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November 3rd, 2005
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Opinion: Flock Never Stood A Chance I simply do not see the need for Flock in my set of web tools, but then again I have never used tools developed by others to perform my itch/scratch functions (translated: written my own or emulated an existing one when I needed them). I believe that Flock is a good idea but the need is too fragmented. The number of people what would want the gamut of features that Flock offers from within their browser is not enough to employ 13 people (I think) on a full time basis. That being said, I am sure that Flock and its team has a lot of talent and good ideas going for them. I would just need to be really razzled and dazzled for me to switch to another browser besides the Fox.

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