Using shortcut keys always gives good user experience. Here is the list of ten Firefox keyboard shortcuts you should know that gives you a great experience on Tabbed Browsing.
|Undo Close Tab
|Select Tab ( 1 to 8 )
||Ctrl+( 1 to 8 )
|Select Last Tab
|Open Address in New Tab
(from Location Bar or Search Bar)
GMail recently introduced Extra Emoticons through GMail Lab. You can use all the following emoticons now. Have fun!
Are you the one who often use emoticons in your mails? Then you have a great news today from GMail Labs.
Google introduced emoticons on October 2008 through Gmail Labs.
A new release in GMail labs, Extra Emoji, showered with a lots of emoticons.
Below is the list of emoticons released by Extra Emoji.
Using emoticons in mails are always fun and makes the mail better in terms of look and feel.
Enable Extra Emoji from GMail Labs and Have fun!
This is further to the post on Firfox tip Set multiple pages as home in Firefox.
This tip would allow you to set a custom page whenever you open a new tab (Ctr+T).
You need to install New Tab URL add-on to achieve this.
On successful installation you will be able to
Select default URL when new tabs are opened: “Blank page”, “Home page”, “Current page” or a user defined URL.
New Tab URL - Options
Simple dialog box provides you various options to set a default URL for your new tab.
Download Add-ons : New Tab URL
This tip would be useful for you if you want to check more than one website so often.
Firefox allow you to set multiple web pages as home.
Follow the simple steps…
- Open all the web pages you wan to set as home. (Let us say www.yahoo.com and www.google.com)
- Click on Tools->Options->Main
- Against When Firefox starts question select Show my homepage from the combo box
- Click on Use Current Pages button
- Click OK
Now, whenever you open Firefox the pages you set will be opened by default.
You can also set your Home Page as follows.
Just separate the webpages with | symbol (as shown in the picture) to set multiple pages as Home Page.