Thursday, 3 June 2010

Free Mozilla Add-ons

Below is a list of Mozilla add-ons I use.

Add-ons for better work with Google SERVICES

Better Gmail 2 - Enhances the new Gmail interface with Greasemonkey user scripts. Only compatible with the NEW Gmail interface.

Better GReader - Enhances Google Reader with Greasemonkey user scripts.

Better GCal - Enhances Google Calendar with Greasemonkey user scripts.

Better YouTube - A compilation of some of the best Greasemonkey user scripts for YouTube in one interface

Google Toolbar for Firefox - Take the power of Google with you anywhere on the Web

GMarks - helps you sync & manage your bookmarks with Google Bookmarks.

Google Shortcuts - Display all of your Google Services as buttons just next to your address bar or anywhere you like it.

Google Gears - is an open source project that enables more powerful web applications, by adding new features to your web browser.

Designer and Web Developer Tools

ScribeFire Blog Editor - is a full-featured blog editor that integrates with your browser and lets you easily post to your blog.

Dummy Lipsum - Generate "Lorem Ipsum" dummy text.

Web Developer - adds a menu and a toolbar with various web developer tools.

Firebug - the most popular and powerful web development tool.

FFClickOnce - Allows Firefox to run a .NET ClickOnce application.

Misc Tools

Forecastfox Enhanced - Enhanced version of the popular Forecastfox extension ( by Jon Stritar and Richard Klien.

Friendbar - The Twitter and Facebook Toolbar.

Power Twitter – makes Twitter Better.

eBayBuddy Australia - is a small eBay extension for quick navigation of The Australian eBay, and other related tools through the right-click context menu or a single toolbar button you can add from the customize menu. It includes lots of advanced search features, category browsing, discussion boards, a full site map of eBay, PayPal, comparison price shopping and more.

Firefox Companion for eBay - Be a better bidder! You’re always securely signed in so you can check out your progress whenever you like. Customise your alerts so you stay on top of your bids. Be told when an auction style format listing you’re bidding on is about to end.

TOOLS for better browsing

GUI:Config - makes it easier to change preferences that can only be found in the “about:config”.

Configuration Mania - More Advanced (hidden) configures.

DownThemAll! - The first and only download manager/accelerator built inside Firefox!

IE Tab Plus - An enhanced version of IE Tab which supports Adblock Plus in IE, and can sync cookies between IE and Firefox.

WOT - Warns users about risky websites that try to scam visitors, deliver malware, or send spam.

Fox Splitter - splits the content area of the browser window as you like.

ErrorZilla - Implements a useful error page when a website cannot be reached. Will add Try Again, Google Cache, Coralize, Wayback, Ping, Trace, and Whois buttons, along with the Firefox logo to the error page when a website isn't found or a web server is down.

Resurrect Pages - Searches through five big page cache/mirrors and shows lost pages.

Google chrome extensions manager - will allow you to use Google chrome extensions inside Firefox.

Ctrl-Tab - Ctrl+Tab navigation and "All Tabs" panel.

Greasemonkey Add-on and Scripts

Greasemonkey Add-on - Allows you to customize the way a webpage displays using small bits of JavaScript. Hundreds of scripts, for a wide variety of popular sites, are already available at

Mozilla Themes

Below are the Mozilla Themes I am using.

Noia 2.0 (eXtreme) - This is a fully skinned version. This theme is based on the Noia 2.0 icon set by Carlitus( ).

References and Tips

These are links to useful Mozilla Internet resources.

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