NoSquint is one of my favourite Firefox add-ons because it makes at least half the sites I visit on a regular basis easier to read by making everything on the site bigger — the text and the images, and it does so without messing up the design of the site because proportions are maintained. Here’s an example: Roger Ebert‘s site usually looks like this (click to view full-sized image): When
I have an idea for a Firefox addon that I’m considering developing, despite having a few other projects on the go (eg. specialized ftp client for Steve, website for a client…). In any case, I’m creating this post as a repository of Firefox addon development bookmarks. You’ll be the first to know if I ever get around to developing it. Google results for firefox addon development. Building an Extension tutorial.
Firefox has an Extension feature: Extensions are small add-ons that add new functionality to Firefox. They can add anything from a toolbar button to a completely new feature. They allow the application to be customized to fit the personal needs of each user if they need additional features… Here are the extensions I use: Adblock removes unwanted content (i.e. ads) from pages. I’ve used this for so long I forget