Posts Tagged ‘bookmarks’

How to Sort Firefox Bookmarks by Age or Visit Count

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Here’s a simple, yet useful trick that you might already be aware of …

Whenever you save a new bookmark when you are using the Firefox web browser, you can keep or change the name of the page, select a folder you want the bookmark saved to, and add one or multiple tags for easier identification as well. All three of these options are optional, and it is possible to simply save the bookmark using the default values that Firefox takes directly from the active page.


Add Bookmark Here – Better Firefox Bookmarking

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Firefox’s default bookmark manager does leave a bit to be desired … this looks like it would help though.

Web browser bookmarks seem to have lost much of their appeal in past years. The same can be said for bookmarking sites like Delicious which have seen a drop in user count. Question is: What are users doing instead? Are they posting interesting links to their social networking profiles to have them available there? This does not seem overly practical as it may take quite a while to find a link again, especially on a busy page or profile.


What’s the Best Bookmark Manager?

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

This article provides a nice comparison of the bookmark features of several major browsers, and takes a look at some third party bookmark programs as well …

Every web browser comes with bookmarking capabilities, and while bookmarking is not as popular as it was ten years ago, it is fair to assume that the majority of computer users make use of bookmarks. What is a bookmark? Standard bookmarks are nothing more than links that point to a web address. Bookmarks are like an address book, only for web properties and not people or businesses.


Samfind Bookmarks Bar for Firefox

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

If you’re unhappy with the way that Firefox handles bookmarks, then you might want to check this add-on out …

Firefox offers many options to work with bookmarks in the browser. From the standard Bookmarks menu to a single icon in one of the toolbars, almost everything is possible by default. Some users on the other hand may want additional options which are usually added by installing add-ons.


Bookmark Sentry for Chrome – Check for Dead and Duplicate Bookmarks

Monday, November 15th, 2010

Here’s a browser extension that actually sounds like it would be kind of useful …

Every modern web browser offers to save bookmarks that act as a reminder and quick way to open websites. Internet users who save bookmarks regularly end up with hundreds, and sometimes even thousands of bookmarks. The major problem here is that bookmarks do not update automatically. What this means is that bookmarks become invalid if the website in question gets deleted or moved.


Neat Bookmarks for Chrome – Search and Access Bookmarks Faster

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Accessing bookmarks in Chrome can indeed be kind of frustrating sometimes; this add-on sounds like it would make access easier …

If you want to have direct access to bookmarks in the Google Chrome browser, you either need to display the bookmarks toolbar, use the tools menu or install an extension that offers direct access to the bookmarks stored in the web browser.

Neat Bookmarks falls into the last category. The Chrome extension adds an icon to the address bar of the browser which offers direct access to all bookmarks stored in the web browser.