Firefox includes a built in spell checker that can check for spelling errors. However, by default the spell checking feature only checks for multiline fields, which does no good if your typing a single line entry into a single line entry box. In the following simple solution, I’ll cover the process of tweaking the firefox spelling checker to allow you to detect spelling errors and mistyped words as you type them in single line entry fields.
Transparency or CSS Opacity in Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE), Safari and Opera. In the following simple solution, I show you how to set Transparency or Opacity for an element and have it render correctly in all popular browsers. In order to acheive this, we need to useÂ four different CSS statements.Â Each statement can be individually adjusted to fine tune the transparency results for different browsers.
In the following simple solution, I’ll show you how to remove the Yahoo Toolbar from Firefox. The Yahoo Toolbar is often unknowingly installed with other software packages. There is nothing wrong with the Yahoo Toolbar, but if you don’t use the tools that are offered, you might consider it to be taking up precous space in your browser.
Rel=nofollow is a link attribute typically used by webmasters to signify that they do not want search engines to follow and credit a link as related or relative to a specific page or site. If your using the firefox browser, it is simple to detect which links are using the rel=nofollow attribute on any given page by installing the popular SeoQuake addon. This addon enables a user to detect and displays rel=nofollow liks with a strike through or strikeout line (line-through rel=nofollow links). In addition, SeoQuake contains SEO tools that may come in handy. One such tool is the SEOBar, which can display information about any page such as Pagerank, Alexa Rank, Inlinks, Age and Whois.
Downloading SFW Files. In the following tutorial I cover the process of downloading SWF (flash) files directly to your Computer using the built in Page info/Media functionality in Firefox. Subsequently, this process enables Firefox users to download any flash swf file embedded in a webpage without using additional software.
Want to know how it feels to be a Google Bot? Want to see those Websites how Google see’s them? Well, in this article, I am going to explain how you can take a walk through the internet in Googlebot’s Shoes. There are many things Googlebot see’s and has access to that the regular Site visitor does not. For example, a Forum might want Google to index it’s content, but yet has it’s content blocked from the visitor (non-members). In this case, the Forum’s content is viewable by Google, but not to the average Joe who might be visiting. So if we could just take a walk in those Googlebot Shoes, we might just find our VIP pass right? In order to walk in Google Bot’s shoes, we need to change the header information that is presented to the site upon arrival. Here’s how.
When creating or editing the content of a WordPress Cascading Style Sheet (CSS), many people neglect to take the time to check their work using multiple browsers, IE. Opera, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Navigator etc. Unlike Internet Explorer and many of the other popular browsers, Firefox is one of the only browsers that properly use some commonly implemented CSS property values. This can propose a problem when viewing your work with multiple browsers.
There are times you might want to block Google AdSense text and image advertisements from showing up in your web browser. For example, if you’re an AdSense publisher and need to do some editing to your site but would like to block the ads for your own safety. Or maybe you just want to browse the web without seeing any advertisements. Either way, this quick and simple tutorial should point you in the right direction.
This tutorial covers the process of adding a Firefox referral ribbon banner to your WordPress site. If you are a Google Adsense publisher, you might be wondering how to make better use of the Adsense Firefox referral program and make a little more money by spreading the use of Firefox. Through personal experience, I have found the best way to give people the opportunity to try Firefox is to make the advertisement stand out. What better way to do this than to add the header to the top of the page?