Tag: firefox

Enable or Disable Javascript in Firefox

For some time, the option to enable or disable javascript from within Mozilla Firefox was relatively easy to find. Although the option moved from place to place on the tool bar and in the menu options, the option was there. Since Firefox 23, this option was removed from an obvious place to the obscure. It has been suggested that this…

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The Easiest Method To Install Adobe Flash on CentOS/RHEL

This should be easy, install Adobe Flash on a Linux operating system to watch Youtube videos in Firefox. After an hour or so fighting with Adobe Flash, through every method I could find on the Internet, I finally found one that worked, the first time! There are many who write of downloading a compressed file and extracting the needed file...

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Download YouTube Content with Firefox and Add-ons

There are many plugins that are available to Firefox users that are capable of great many things. In some cases, as is the case of YouTube downloaders, there are many add-on to from which to choose. Not all add-ons are created equally, so to determine which one is best for your particular situation, you may find yourself downloading all the…

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Get Rounded Edges in IE with PIE!

Recently created a WordPress theme where I wanted rounded corners around text boxes, buttons, and forms. Being not too patient with the creation of little corner images to satisfy this requirement within Internet Explorer, I decided to use the -moz-border-radius within the stylesheet. The drawback is that this -moz-border-radius will only work within Mozilla based Internet explorers and not the…

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Firefox Plugin: Adblock Plus to remove those unwanted Ads

I have grown tired of visiting my favorite websites only to be inundated with ads and images that take up so much real estate. I have found that Firefox has a great plugin or extension called Adblock Plus. I have tried editing the hosts file to point the junk and ad sites to 127.0.0.1, but the site still left a…

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Hacking Firefox Add-ons Extensions to support future Firefox Versions

Mozilla Firefox permits, even encourages the use of add-ons, whether they are Add-ons or Extensions, Themes, or Plugins. To add Extensions, click on Tools > Add-Ons > Get Add-ons. Most plugins listed are created and verified for use for version 2.0.x of Firefox. However, many plugins have not been updated or verified for use with the Firefox 3.0 Beta5 release…

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