Posts Tagged ‘firefox extension’

easyComment Firefox Extension


easyComment Firefox Extension: “easyComment enables you to One-Click Comment on WordPress Blogs which makes it an perfect tool for people who comment on a lot of different Weblogs and who don’t want to sign up on every single one. You’ll have to define your Personal Data once in the Preferences Dialog and every time you click the easyComment Button on the bottom Status Bar in your Firefox window, it searches the comment form on the current page and fills it with your data saving you a huge chunk of type-in work.” from the author’s post. Hat tip to Keith, found via the Weblog Tools Collection Crew LifeStream

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WordPress Helper Firefox Extension


WordPress Helper Firefox Extension.: An extension for Firefox that adds a bunch of automated and manual features to the right click contextual menu in Firefox. Available features include the following: Categorized Access to WordPress Help pages (WordPress Codex) Search for highlighted text strings on websites One-Click-switch to a website’s WordPress backend Update Notification on new WordPress versions Website Profiles Custom Shortcuts Various preference settings There has been active development on this extension since April of this year with good documentation of progress and the author is taking suggestions from users for future uses/features of the extension. Although many of these actions can be performed with shortcuts or other tools within Firefox, this extension puts it all into one place at easy reach of the Firefox user. The original developers’ page is in German but the linked page should be the English version. [EDIT] Sorry, link fixed. Thanks for the heads […]

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