Do you want to remove specific stuff from Firefox interface? Make it minimalistic look, light and clean? Well, you can do that.
The latest Firefox 3.1 Beta nightly build now includes private browsing mode (Tools > Private Browsing) which was dropped before Firefox 3.0 Final release.
This feature will allow you to surf the web anonymously. Once you return to a normal browsing mode, it will automatically delete all tracking data such as: cookies, cache, history, saved passwords, etc. Continue Reading
An open source and royalty-free lossy video compression technology Theora 1.0 will be integrated to the next Firefox (already in Firefox 3.1 beta) and Opera browser releases.
Theora is a video codec with a small CPU footprint that offers easy portability and requires no patent royalties. Continue Reading
If you are running a WordPress blog or any other one, this Firefox add-ons list might be able to save your time and help you to increase your blogging experience.
25 Must Have Firefox Plugins for Bloggers
These 25 Firefox plugins will increase your productivity, and make you a better blogger
The following twelve FireFox extensions will give you a head start on turning FireFox into your own personal blogging toolbox
It’s often hard to find a good looking theme, takes too much time and sometimes you just end up with nothing.
Well, here are 2 great Firefox 3 dark themes for you to check
Here’s a great toy for your web browser: Inquisitor, which was accrued by Yahoo Inc. some time ago.
Here’s something for you. An experimental Firefox 3.1 build was released earlier today with multitouch support which will work on any latest MacBook.
The following gestures are:
Swipe Left: Go back in history [bonus! hold Cmd to open it in a tab]
Swipe Right: Go forwards in history Continue Reading
If you use Firefox on more than one computer, you’ll want Foxmarks.
Install Foxmarks on each computer, and it works silently in the background to keep your bookmarks and (optionally) passwords synchronized. Foxmarks also keeps your data backed up and safe from computer failures. If you’re away from your computer, Foxmarks allows you to access your bookmarks online by logging into my.foxmarks.com.