Tag Archives: Firefox

How To Autofill WordPress Comment Forms?

Blog commenting is one of the popular way of online marketing. Commenting on do-follow blogs gives your better page rank. Even if the blog is a no-follow one, it will give your website some exposure and more netizens would come to know about your web-service.

To comment on a blog you are required to fill some input fields like Name, Email, URL and Message. Wouldn’t it be easier if all such fields get automatically filled up so that you just type your comment message and click the ‘Submit’ button?

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Easily Import Bookmarks And Other Data Between Firefox & Google Chrome Etc

When switching to a new web browser like Firefox or Google Chrome you are automatically prompt to import your old browser’s bookmarks, history and other data to your new web browser.

In this lesson you will learn about importing your old browser’s data and bookmarks easily to your new web browser.

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Google Chrome Allows You To Fake Location On Internet

There are various location aware websites that tracks your location without asking for your permission so that can serve you with relevant information, services and products etc.

Now a days tracking scripts not just tracks your IP address but now for more accurate tracking web browsers tries to detect your location by accessing small details from GPS, WiFi-networks, Bluetooth etc.

These details are fetched and then automatically sent to Google’s location services to find your location and make it available for the websites.

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How To Instantly Redesign Popular Google Services?

Google Redesigned is a free application available for Google Chrome & Firefox users. The extension completely redesigns all popular Google services soon after the activation. So if you are bored of default Google appearance then just add it on your web browser and the extension will automatically be redesigning your Google appearance. The extension has been appreciated by thousands of its users. The functionality is achieved by using custom CSS files which are loaded on your web browser as soon you install this extension, it provides you auto-updates, easy management and notifications for new updates.

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Some Common Web Browser Errors And Their Meanings

Phishing (Web Forgery) & Malware Warnings: No matter what web browser you are using, it regularly downloads a list of dangerous websites and when you try connecting to a website on this list, the error is displayed.

Phishing Error

Certificate Error: SSL certificate error or security certificate error indicates problem with HTTPS encryption. It comes only when you try accessing website using HTTPS.

SSL Error

404 Not Found: The error is displayed when you try accessing a web page which is not present anywhere. The error shows up on wrong URLs or when you type incorrect website address.

404

Unable to Connect: The error comes when your browser successfully contact its DNS servers and identifies that there should be a website but it did not get any response from the servers when it tries to connect. Usually happens when your internet connection is down.

unable to connect

Server Not Found: The message is dsplayed when your web browser could not find the website you’re trying to access. Sometimes when you mistype a web address or when you try to connect to any website which doesn’t exist, or when your DNS server is down, or may be your firewall, proxy, or due to some other misconfigured settings.

server not found

Write Better Content & Spend Less Time Editing Content In Your Blog, Browser, Office Suite, Website Etc

After the Deadline is a free service that lets you create better content and you spend less time in editing your work like your blog posts and other content you create on Internet. You can use it in your WordPress site, bbPress, BuddyPress, Google Chrome, Firefox and various other frameworks.

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How To Customize The Default Look Of Mozilla Firefox ?

Now easily customize the look of Firefox. You can pick from a number of button, tab, icon, and text field styles, change the color of your tabs, toolbars and buttons, change width and height of tabs to your preference and also you can change the default behaviour like disabling the conditional forward button, tabs in the title bar and much more using Stratiform.

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Best Of Firefox & Google Chrome Addons For Social Media Addicts

After reading many articles on other blogs and checking out many social media extensions for sharing my website’s content on different social networks, I have selected following top 10 extensions for Chrome and top 10 for Mozilla Firefox. Check them all if you are a social media addict and reply if you know about any better extension.

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Best Free FTP Client For Mozilla Firefox

If you use Mozilla Firefox then FireFTP is a free, secure, cross-platform FTP/SFTP client available for you. It provides easy and intuitive access to FTP/SFTP servers.

Features:

  1. Directory comparison
  2. SFTP, SSL encryption
  3. Quick transfer of files
  4. 4GB Download Limit
  5. Syncing directories
  6. Integrity checks
  7. Search/filtering
  8. Remote editing
  9. File hashing
  10. Drag & drop

Home page: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/684

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/downloads/latest/684

Firefox 16 Now Supports HTML5 getUserMedia

Firefox 16 now supports HTML5 getUserMedia. It enables access to webcam without any plugins.

There is an entry in about:config, set that to true. In case you need to add a new entry then:

  • open about:config
  • Right click any entry.
  • Select ‘New‘ >> ‘Boolean

Add the following entry and set it true:

media.navigator.enabled

Remember to define callback methods right within the getUserMedia() method as shown below:

navigator.getUserMedia(gumOptions,
function successCallback(stream) {
// Replace source of video element with stream from camera
if(navigator.getUserMedia==navigator.mozGetUserMedia) {
video.src = stream;
} else {
video.src = window.URL.createObjectURL(stream) || stream;
}

video.play();
},
function errorCallback(error) {
console.error(‘An error occurred: [CODE ‘ + error.code + ‘]’);
video.play();
});

It won’t works in-case you defined it elsewhere. No need to use CreateObjectURL to pass the stream the video element. Pass the stream directly. video.src=stream

Paul Rouget of Mozilla, created a video tutorial demonstrating HTML5 getUserMedia:

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