How many of you use Firefox? Come on, raise your hands.
A few days ago I was looking though the add-on area of the mozilla site and came across a few neat tools so, I thought I’d share some of the Firefox add-ons I use.
Ok, it’s not the most useful Firefox add-on in existance but it makes each tab you open a different colour, resulting in a very pretty interface.
This small add-on makes it even easier to navigate between the various tabs you may have open at a given time. It provides a similar feature to the Alt+Tab shortcut in Windows.
Down Them All!!
Allows you to download multiple items from a page at the same time. Tired of right-clicking and “saving as”? Well, down them all is for you!
This neat little add-on allows you to control media players without leaving your browser. Handy if you’re like me and always have music on!
This allows you to view a page in Firefox, using IE rendering. Pretty cool!
Again, this isn’t really all that useful but it does provide you with a splash screen while Firefox is loading. It’s something to look at I guess.
One of my favourite add-ons. What does it do? It adds a menu and a toolbar containing a plethora of web developer tools. Get it. Get it now!