Tag Archives: Firefox

M3talinks for Apr 4th

Today’s M3talinks for Apr 4th

  • WCAG Contrast checker :: Add-ons for Firefox – With this extension it can be checked the combination of colors to see if it is appropriate for visual perception based on the requirements of the WCAG 1 and WCAG 2.
  • No Color :: Add-ons for Firefox – Remove colors and background images from the page by one click.
  • Html Validator :: Add-ons for Firefox – HTML Validator is a Mozilla extension that adds HTML validation inside Firefox and Mozilla. The number of errors of a HTML page is seen on the form of an icon in the status bar when browsing.
  • Total Validator :: Add-ons for Firefox – Perform multiple validations and take screen shots in one go. This 5-in-1 validator works with external, internal, or local web pages using the Total Validator service or local copy of the desktop tool…
  • Fangs Screen Reader Emulator :: Add-ons for Firefox – Fangs renders a text version of a web page similar to how a screen reader would read it. The ambition is to help developers understand how an assistive device would present a website and thereby increase chances of finding accessibility issues early.
  • WCAG Contrast checker :: Add-ons for Firefox – With this extension it can be checked the combination of colors to see if it is appropriate for visual perception based on the requirements of the WCAG 1 and WCAG 2.
  • No Color :: Add-ons for Firefox – Remove colors and background images from the page by one click.
  • Html Validator :: Add-ons for Firefox – HTML Validator is a Mozilla extension that adds HTML validation inside Firefox and Mozilla. The number of errors of a HTML page is seen on the form of an icon in the status bar when browsing.
  • Total Validator :: Add-ons for Firefox – Perform multiple validations and take screen shots in one go. This 5-in-1 validator works with external, internal, or local web pages using the Total Validator service or local copy of the desktop tool…
  • Fangs Screen Reader Emulator :: Add-ons for Firefox – Fangs renders a text version of a web page similar to how a screen reader would read it. The ambition is to help developers understand how an assistive device would present a website and thereby increase chances of finding accessibility issues early.
  • Firefox Accessibility Extension :: Add-ons for Firefox – Support web developers and people with disabilities in accessing and testing web resources for accessibility features.

M3talinks for Apr 4th

Today’s M3talinks for Apr 4th

  • WCAG Contrast checker :: Add-ons for Firefox – With this extension it can be checked the combination of colors to see if it is appropriate for visual perception based on the requirements of the WCAG 1 and WCAG 2.
  • No Color :: Add-ons for Firefox – Remove colors and background images from the page by one click.
  • Html Validator :: Add-ons for Firefox – HTML Validator is a Mozilla extension that adds HTML validation inside Firefox and Mozilla. The number of errors of a HTML page is seen on the form of an icon in the status bar when browsing.
  • Total Validator :: Add-ons for Firefox – Perform multiple validations and take screen shots in one go. This 5-in-1 validator works with external, internal, or local web pages using the Total Validator service or local copy of the desktop tool…
  • Fangs Screen Reader Emulator :: Add-ons for Firefox – Fangs renders a text version of a web page similar to how a screen reader would read it. The ambition is to help developers understand how an assistive device would present a website and thereby increase chances of finding accessibility issues early.
  • Firefox Accessibility Extension :: Add-ons for Firefox – Support web developers and people with disabilities in accessing and testing web resources for accessibility features.

linkHive For Mar 22nd

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveMar 22nd

  • httpd, the Apache HTTP server – The Apache HTTP Server is a “heavy duty” network server that Subversion can leverage. Via a custom module, httpd makes Subversion repositories available to clients via the WebDAV/DeltaV protocol, which is an extension to HTTP 1.1 (see http://www.webdav.org/ for more information.) This protocol takes the ubiquitous HTTP protocol that is the core of the World Wide Web, and adds writing—specifically, versioned writing—capabilities. The result is a standardized, robust system that is conveniently packaged as part of the Apache 2.0 software, is supported by numerous operating systems and third-party products, and doesn't require network administrators to open up yet another custom port. [22] While an Apache-Subversion server has more features than svnserve, it's also a bit more difficult to set up. With flexibility often comes more complexity.
  • httpd, the Apache HTTP server – The Apache HTTP Server is a “heavy duty” network server that Subversion can leverage. Via a custom module, httpd makes Subversion repositories available to clients via the WebDAV/DeltaV protocol, which is an extension to HTTP 1.1 (see http://www.webdav.org/ for more information.) This protocol takes the ubiquitous HTTP protocol that is the core of the World Wide Web, and adds writing—specifically, versioned writing—capabilities. The result is a standardized, robust system that is conveniently packaged as part of the Apache 2.0 software, is supported by numerous operating systems and third-party products, and doesn't require network administrators to open up yet another custom port. [22] While an Apache-Subversion server has more features than svnserve, it's also a bit more difficult to set up. With flexibility often comes more complexity.
  • Firebug – The most popular web development tool for Firefox<br />
    <br />
    * Inspect HTML and modify style and layout in real-time<br />
    * Use the most advanced JavaScript debugger available for any browser<br />
    * Accurately analyze network usage and performance<br />
    * Extend Firebug and add features to make Firebug even more powerful<br />
    * Get the information you need to get it done with Firebug.
  • Trans-herbe – Four O’ clock – Unique and refined<br />
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    Once reserved for the emperors and the nobles, the prized white tea is only harvested during a short period in the springtime. The young and tender leaves are free from any process. White tea brews to a pale yellow colour, and has a unique bamboo fragrance with a slightly nutty taste.<br />
    Ingredients<br />
    Organic Bai Mu Dan (White Peony) white tea leaves from China's Jiangxi province (Camelia sinensis).

linkHive For Mar 8th

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveMar 8th

  • Web Browser Grand Prix: The Top Five, Tested And Ranked : Introduction – We decided that somebody needed to look at these browsers. So, we put all five major Web browsers through a gauntlet of benchmarks and time trials. We did this to conclusively answer the question: which is the fastest browser on Earth (at least until one of these companies launches another major update)?

linkHive For Jan 27th

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveJan 27th

  • Eight Tools for Capturing Screenshots in Firefox 3 – It isn’t difficult to imagine that we need to take a lot of screenshots during the course of a day here at Mashable. Sure you can do the old “Print Screen” trick, but that’s a lot more hassle than it’s worth when there are so many great options out there, especially if you are using Firefox as your browser. Here are eight Firefox 3 screenshot tools that are worth trying.

    These tools will do everything from save just a section of a page to entire pages, as well as give you the ability to upload images automatically to specified image hosting services. In case you were wondering, I use FireShot for all of the images in the lists I create.

linkHive For Jan 6th

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveJan 6th

  • MeeTimer – Log your time on the Web – MeeTimer has a simple role: it records where you spend your time online.
    It does it in a rather useful way, by allowing you to group websites into activities (e.g. Facebook = procrastination; Gmail = communication) so you can make sense of where your time is going. Finally, it accumulates time spent on a site over the course of a day, so when you think "just another 2 mins won't hurt" you realise that actually, yes, it will ;)