If you only want to synchronise between IE and Firefox on one computer you can use a Firefox plugin called PlainOldFavorites.

    With this plugin installed you can use the normal IE/Windows favorites from within Firefox.


    Don't surf the web. Command it.

    <p>You&rsquo;re writing an email to invite a friend to meet at a local restaurant in Vienna that neither of you has been to.&nbsp; You&rsquo;d like to include a map. Today, this involves the disjointed tasks of message composition on a web-mail service, mapping the address on a map site, searching for reviews on the restaurant on a search engine, and finally copying all links into the message being composed.&nbsp; This familiar sequence is an awful lot of clicking, typing, searching, copying, and pasting in order to do a very simple task.&nbsp; And you haven&rsquo;t even really sent a map or useful reviews&mdash;only links to them.</p> <p>This kind of clunky, time-consuming interaction is common on the Web. Mashups help in some cases but they are static, require Web development skills, and are largely <em>site-centric</em> rather than <em>user-centric</em>.</p> <p>It&rsquo;s even worse on mobile devices, where limited capability and fidelity makes this onerous or nearly impossible.</p> <p>Most people do not have an easy way to manage the vast resources of the Web to simplify their task at hand. For the most part they are left trundling between web sites, performing common tasks resulting in frustration and wasted time.</p>

    CSS-based solution for fixed menu

    This solution of "CSS-based layout with fixed menu" has already been implemented and tested:

    • The following css style has been created for the menu (id: menu):

      #menu {
      font-family: georgia,palatino, serif;
      display:block; top:300px; left:50%; width:200px; position:fixed; margin-left: 320px;
      background-color: #fff;

    • For Internet Explorer, which does not support the given styling, a workaround is implemented, which unfortunately breaks the fixed position, but is needed to display the menu at all:

      * html #menu {position:absolute;}


    xmarks for online bookmark synchronization

    Xmarks ( enables bookmark synchronization for different web browsers. Once it is installed, it makes backups of and synchronizes the users bookmarks. It is accessible through the web, so that bookmarks can be used and managed from everywhere, without the need to be at your home pc.


    Synchronize web browser bookmarks

    <p>Since there are several different web browsers on the market, the need may arise to synchronize ones bookmarks throughout the different browsers, without having to do so manually. The question is, how to do this in an easy and clean way, so that even beginners can handle the task.</p>

    Configure firefox to load web pages faster

    The solution is quite easy. You have to enter "about:config" in your address bar of the firefox browser. Here you find many options for your browser. Of special interest are the options for pipelining. When pipelining is enabled, the browser can send several requests at once, resulting in shorter loading times and an enhanced browsing experience.So the steps are:

    1. Enter "about:config" into the address bar
    2. Set "network.http.pipelining" to "true"
    3. Set "network.http.proxy.pipelining" to "true"
    4. Set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to a higher number, for example "15" (this sets how many requests are made at once)
    5. You can also set a new value by right-clicking and selecting New-> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to "0". This value defines the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on the received information.


    How to make firefox load pages faster

    <p>Firefox is a very popular web browser, with many advantages. The question here is, if there is a way to enhance the browsing experience by speeding up the loading times for web pages. The solution should be easy to use and ideally without the necessity to install plugins or other additional software.</p>

    access to linkedin professional network from your desktop browser

    linkedin professional network can easily be accessed from your internet browser like internet explorer, firefox or outlook express. first of all, you need an account in linkedin professional forum. once account is created, you can invite your colleagues and friends who also have linkedin profiles as your contacts. now at the end of homepage of your linkedin profile, you will find tab for 'tools'. click open this tab and you can see the contents and links related to download linkedin as tool bar option for outlook, browser and bookmarklet.

    as for example, click on browser tool bar option and you can see two options 1) IE toolbar 3.0 and 2) firefox toolbar 3.1. click on any of these two options, a small window will appear with the text ''By clicking 'OK' below and downloading the application, you represent that you are located in one of the following countries: United States, Canada, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom. In compliance with US export control laws, users in countries other than Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria, should be able to download the application by the end of October, 2008.'' click OK in order to proceed ahead. you will either be asked to save file on your computer or intall the tool bar directly into your browser. when installation will be completed, you will be asked to restart your browser. now you can see a small icon "in"on your tool bar with dropdown menu and can use freely different features of linkedin professional network.

    Manage Search Engines List in Mozilla Firefox

    There is the button next to the Search Tab in Firefox that you can manage the Search Engines List. You can simply choose which search engine you want to be your default search engine. Moreover. You can also remove or get more search engines that are not in the list by clicking "Manage Search Engines List" then click "Get more search engines..". The Add-ons page will appear and you can choose and add as much as you want.

    For google search, it will go to regional google of the location where you are. If you want to change to English version, just simply go to google page and click " in English". Then, the next time you go to search, the English page will be shown.

    How to create profile in Firefox

    I'm developing plugin for Firefox and since I don't want to mess up all my old stuff I would like to create new profile where I can try it and debug. Is it possible? tia


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