Firefox Facts (the eBook) gives you over a hundred different Firefox tips and tricks to get you going with the world’s favorite browser. All of them are neatly organized in a PDF file for you to read where you want and when you want. What is the best thing about it? It is totally free! FirefoxFacts.com is going to become the home for the quick tips, reviews and Firefox news. Mitch is no stranger to Firefox articles, as he’s been writing them for Lockergnome’s Web Developers for some time now. This will become one more outlet to help you get your Firefox fix. Make sure you subscribe to the RSS feed as well! And if you haven’t yet tried Firefox, this free eBook should get you started on the right foot. Even if you’ve been using Firefox for many months, I can guarantee you’ll learn something new from us. What’ve you got to lose? We’ve packed it full of 150 separate tips – so prepare your printer if you plan on taking it in analog format. Why buy a book about Firefox when you can get our eBook for free? Exactly. Now, if you’d rather buy your information, we have other eBooks, too. Need a sample tip? Okay.
Your browser window can take many different shapes and sizes. Depending on the screen resolution you are using, it could be any size at all. Some people like to keep things maximized while others like for things to be minimal at best. Well, I have a Firefox extension for everybody to use to find that perfect browser size. Here is what the developer of the Window Resizer extension has to say about it: “The Browser Window Resizer is useful for testing different screen sizes. It accurately resizes your browser so you can test to see what a web page looks like in all of the standard resolution sizes. Supports the 640×480, 800×600, 1024×768, 1280×1024, 1600×1200 resolutions. Resize the current page via the Context menu, Tool menu or Toolbar button.” Now sure, some people might say you can already do this with the Web Developer Firefox extension. As somebody who has used that extension, I have to say I never used seventy percent of it’s functionality. For folks who need “more” you can use the Web Developer extension. For those of us who just want to resize our browser, then we have the Window Resizer.
There are 149 more tips waiting for you at FirefoxFacts.com (specifically, in the free PDF eBook).