My list of firefox extensions

By ramon

Firefox is my default browser and the add-ons make it even more powerful then it already is. I thought that it would be nice to share which extensions I’m using:

  • NoScript – Easily enable java/javascript/flash per domain.
  • Adblock Plus – Hide those frustrating flash ads etc.
  • ChatZilla – Open an IRC link to ask a tech question in seconds.
  • Firebug – Tweak your html, JavaScript and CSS at run-time.
  • YSlow – Measure the load times of the website your developing.
  • FoxyProxy – Easily switch between proxy servers or automatically per domain.
  • Web Developer – Show the lay-out of a website with/without CSS and w3c validate it in seconds.
  • Foxmarks – Synchronizes all my bookmarks between various computers at work and at home.

The best thing is is that most add-ons work perfect in both Linux and Windows so I have the same surf experience in both worlds.

So which add-ons do you recommend?

Comments: 1

  1. Kartones says:

    Hehe, I did exactly the same a while ago, but in a static page instead of a normal blog post.

    You can check my list of FFox extensions and small descriptions: http://kartones.net/blogs/kartones/pages/my-installed-firefox-addons.aspx

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