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Firefox Dream Packages - Condense
Posted 06 October 2008 - 03:50 PM
Dream Package #2
Dream Package #3
Dream Package #4
Dream Package #5
Last Year I had created a good series of topics on the best of the best in Firefox extensions that I believe everyone should have, especially since each group is targeted for each specific group of users.
Package #1 Deals with web design extensions that help make web designers life on Firefox a lot easier.
Package #2 Deals with browser effects meaning that each extension makes Firefox more dynamic such as link previews, doing a full back up of everything that your Firefox has such as bookmarks, password stuff like that.
Package #3 Deals with quirky extensions that unique and somewhat useless, but their are a few that make lives easier, especially if you have a bunch of email accounts.
Package #4 This package deals with Google specifically, such as adsense, gmail and even the almighty google search engine itself. Besides the web designers package this is one I would really recommend if your a Google power user.
Package #5 Is mostly extensions that don't fit no category or rather a mix, but some are pretty good enough to install though.
If you check out the links I give a brief summary of each extension and most everyone should be familiar with some of these.
Posted 04 May 2009 - 09:37 AM
I'm looking for an extension for Firefox 3 that can be used to export and/or import my Firefox bookmarks into several file formats like HTML, XML or CSV, this extension can be to able to select one or a group of bookmarks, one folder or a group of folders, or all the bookmarks content.
I'm interested in this kind of extension because the built in option that comes with Firefox sucks, it only allows to export/import all the bookmarks in html format.
Do you know an extension for this task?
A couple of days ago i found an extension for Firefox 3 that do this, it is named OPML Support. This Firefox extension allows to export/import the Firefox Bookmarks, Livemarks or both to an OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) file, which is a simple XML file format.
If you need more information relating to this extension visit the following topic Opml Support Plugin For Firefox, OPML import/export functionality that i just post.
Edited by TavoxPeru, 28 May 2009 - 04:03 AM.
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