Goal: Spread Your Knowledge! Organizing Bookmarks Toolbar for Ease of Use in Firefox
A Site Icon is the small image on the left hand corner of a browser tab. If you use a bookmarks toolbar, it is also the image in your bookmarks. Most themes come with a generic Site Icon, so you may want to personalize it for your site. In the past, you needed a plugin to add a Site Icon to your site, but WordPress now includes it as a built-in feature. I am going to show you how to add a site icon to your site AND how to make that image super-quick using Canva.
FIrefox Bookmarks Toolbar - How to display on Top of Screen? - posted in Web Browsing/Email and Other Internet Applications: Hello. The new computer issues keep coming. I have a new laptop running Windows 7. I downloaded Firefox. How do I tell what version it is? How do I get my Bookmarks Toolbar to display along the top of the screen? Thanks.
I’ve clicked a blog’s URL and immediately moved their tab on down to my bookmark toolbar. Though that’s not always the case, it has been before. I utilize my bookmarks toolbar for every site that I visit daily. I rarely type in a site that I want to go to, as I just love to click open Firefox and click open all my windows (you call it lazy, I call it efficient). Those usually consist of my blog, my dashboard, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., and a blog or two that I’m currently obsessed with.
Firefox: To install, click the Pin above to open the install link. Then drag the big red youTubeify button to your Bookmarks toolbar. If your Bookmarks Toolbar is not visible in Firefox hold down the "Alt" key and click the letter "V" then "T" and then "B" (View, Toolbars, Bookmarks Toolbar)
I am testing the gnome browser epiphany, trying to use it as i do with firefox. But i dont manage to put the bookmarks toolbar close to the menu bar. Does anybody know how to do it? Maybe with epiphany in gnome 2.14 i will be able to do it? http://viettelidc.com.vn