Posts Tagged ‘Firefox’

How To Manage Firefox Tabs Using Tab Groups

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

There is something called “Tab Groups” and most people are still unaware of it. Even if they are, they do not know how wonderful it could be to use this feature. Its much more than just creating groups.

How to Access Tab Groups
If you want to get hold of this unnoticeable feature, click on the small arrow at the extreme right of your open tabs; besides the + button to add a new tab. A menu will drop down where you may find the Tab Groups feature along with the list of all sites currently open. Alternatively, the shortcut key combination is Ctrl+Shift+E.

Link: Lost In Technology

History of Web Browsers

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

History of Web Browsers

Meet The HTML5 Parser

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

A look at what the HTML5 parser means to you, and how to embed SVG and MathML into your content inline.

Gecko 2 introduces a new parser, based on HTML5. The HTML parser is one of the most complicated and sensitive pieces of a browser. It controls how your HTML source code is turned into web pages and, as such, changes to it are rare. The new parser is faster, complies with the HTML5 standard, and enables a lot of new functionality as well.

Link: developer.mozilla.org

Indispensable Web Design & Development Firefox Extensions

Monday, November 24th, 2008

A collection of extensions for your every Design and Development need, from Editing CSS and Database Management to Image Capture and Color Pickers.

Link: Speckyboy