How many times have you wanted to show someone the whole webpage- but can’t screen grab it? Problem solved with the Abduction plug in for FireFox.
Capture an entire web page or part of a web page and save it as an image.
For the sake of making this extension findable: This extension takes screenshots of websites.
Useful for showing people bugs in a website, creating snapshots of design progress, or perhaps even creating a gallery of websites.
Right click on any web page, frame or iframe, click “Save Page As Image…” and then drag a box around the piece you want to save.
* Firefox: 3.0a1 â€“ 3.0.*
Abduction! :: Firefox Add-ons to add it to your Firefox install or go to Tools>add-ons and do a search for “Abduction!”
Just one more reason not to use Microsoft’s horrible browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer.
I’m used to having spell as you type provided by Firefox. It’s had it since Firefox 2.0- and because of that, I’ve never used the Spell Check built into WordPress.
Well, I’ve noticed that while Firefox’s spell check works fine in Gmail and on other websites, it’s not working in WordPress 2.5.1. I’m going to check it out on a few other machines, but on my MacBook running 10.5.3, I have to manually check spelling with the WordPress spell check when I’m posting.
This will take some getting used to.
If you are also having the same problem with Firefox 3 not spellchecking in WordPress- please leave a comment with your version of WordPress and your operating system. It will help me gather info for a bug report.
Firefox 3 is here. Faster, stronger, safer- and they are shooting for a world record for downloads in a single day.
Jump over to the site and download it now. Other than some plugin’s not being updated, it’s a nice new set of features.
Spread Firefox | Download Day 2008
Sounds like a good deal, right? All you have to do to help us set the record for the most software downloaded in 24 hours is get Firefox 3 now â€“ itâ€™s that easy. We’re not asking you to swallow a sword or to balance 30 spoons on your face, although that would be kind of awesome.
Please download Firefox 3 by 17:00 UTC on June 18, 2008. That’s 10:00 a.m. in Mountain View, 1:00 p.m. in Toronto, 2:00 p.m. in Rio de Janeiro, 7:00 p.m. in Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Rome and Warsaw, 9:00 p.m. in Moscow, and June 19, 2008 at 1:00 a.m. in Beijing and 2:00 a.m. in Tokyo.
Note- the servers may time out- but, give it a shot. Especially if you are still using Internet Exploder from Microsoft. Time to experience the real internet.