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Firefox Hacks

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  1. Gt_Max

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    Firefox Hacks is ideal for power users who want to take full advantage of Firefox from Mozilla, the next-generation web browser that is rapidly subverting Internet Explorer's once-dominant audience. It's also the first book that specifically dedicates itself to this technology.
    Firefox is winning such widespread approval for a number of reasons, including the fact that it lets users browse faster and more efficiently. Perhaps its most appealing strength, though, is its increased security something that is covered in great detail in Firefox Hacks.

    Clearly the web browser of the future, Firefox includes most of the features that browser users are familiar with, along with several new features, such as a bookmarks toolbar and tabbed pages that allow users to quickly switch among several web sites.

    Firefox Hacks offers all the valuable tips and tools you need to maximize the effectiveness of this hot web application. It's all covered, including how to customize its deployment, appearance, features, and functionality. You'll even learn how to install, use, and alter extensions and plug-ins. Aimed at clever people who may or may not be capable of basic programming tasks, this convenient resource describes 100 techniques for 100 strategies that effectively exploit Firefox.

    Or, put another way, readers of every stripe will find all the user-friendly tips, tools, and tricks they need to make a productive switch to Firefox. With Firefox Hacks, a superior and safer browsing experience is truly only pages away.

    The latest in O'Reilly's celebrated Hacks series, Firefox Hacks smartly complements other web-application titles such as Google Hacks and PayPal Hacks.

    Table of Contents
    Credits

    Preface

    Chapter 1. Firefox Basics INTroduction Get Oriented
    1. Ten Ways to Display a Web Page
    2. Ten Ways to Navigate to a Web Page
    3. Find Stuff
    4. Identify and Use Toolbar Icons
    5. Use Keyboard Shortcuts
    6. Make Firefox Look Different
    7. Stop Once-Only Dialogs Safely
    8. Flush and Clear Absolutely Everything
    9. Make Firefox Go Fast
    10. Start Up from the Command Line

    Chapter 2. Security
    11. Drop Miscellaneous Security Blocks
    12. Raise Security to Protect Dummies
    13. Stop All Secret Network Activity
    14. Work with Single Sign-On Servers
    15. Work with Web Proxies
    16. Fine-Tune Ports and Sockets
    17. Manage Digital Certificates
    18. Digitally Sign Content
    19. Grant Trust with Master Certificates
    20. Restrict Script Behavior with Policies
    21. Make Yourself Anonymous

    Chapter 3. Installation
    22. Edit Configuration Files
    23. Play With the Preference System
    24. Install Complementary Tools
    25. Migrate Firefox Profiles
    26. Dial Up Automatically on Startup
    27. Fix Web Servers to Support Firefox Content
    28. Prepare Firefox for Wide Deployment
    29. Remotely Manage User Configurations
    30. Install Fonts and Character Support
    31. Take Firefox with You
    32. Work with Filtering Systems

    Chapter 4. Web Surfing Enhancements
    33. Use Fancy Bookmarks
    34. Modify Tabbed Browsing
    35. Govern Image and Ad Display
    36. Get More Search Tools
    37. Get More Feeds and News
    38. Add Stuff to Your Toolbars
    39. Upgrade Firefox Feature Managers
    40. Integrate Firefox with Other Tools
    41. Create Your Own Search Plug-in
    42. Spider the Web with Firefox
    43. Waste Time with Toys and Games

    Chapter 5. Power Tools for Web Developers
    44. Tweak and Troubleshoot CSS Designs
    45. Use Gecko CSS Style Magic
    46. Write Compatible CSS
    47. Update Browser Detection Scripts
    48. Submit Background Form Data
    49. Script Plug-ins
    50. Quality-Assure Your Web Pages
    51. Display HTTP Headers
    52. Stomp on Cookies
    53. Probe HTML with the DOM Inspector
    54. Turn Off Absolutely All Caching
    55. Web Document Debugging Tricks
    56. Debug JavaScript with Venkman
    57. Handle Hangs and Other Bad Juju

    Chapter 6. Power XML for Web Pages
    58. Pick Display Modes for HTML and XML
    59. Get Tools for XML Validation
    60. Mix Content with XML Namespaces
    61. Make MathML Content
    62. Make SVG Content
    63. Use Client-Side XPath
    64. Use Client-Side XSL
    65. Work with Mozilla SOAP Services
    66. Work with Mozilla XML-RPC Services
    67. Work with Mozilla WSDL Services
    68. Make Applications and Extensions with XUL
    69. Make New Tags and Widgets with XBL
    70. Work with RDF Facts
    71. Work with RSS Feeds
    72. Connect SQL to XUL
    73. Generate XUL Using PHP Libraries
    74. Get a Taste of E4X Scripting

    Chapter 7. Hack the Chrome Ugly
    75. Do Groundwork for Ugly Chrome Hacks
    76. Spy on Chrome with the DOM Inspector
    77. Customize Firefox's Interface
    78. Rebadge Firefox
    79. Make Firefox Match the Desktop
    80. Make a Toolbar That Can't Be Hidden
    81. Content Filter Without Your Smart Friend Noticing
    82. Add a New XPCOM Component
    83. Add a New Command-Line Option

    Chapter 8. Hack the Chrome Cleanly
    84. Do Groundwork for Extension Development
    85. Study Packages with the Chrome Manager
    86. Create a Chrome Package
    87. Make a Bottom-Up Overlay
    88. Make, Bundle, and Publish an XPI
    89. Build an Installable Theme
    90. Identify Reusable Toolkits

    Chapter 9. Work More Closely with Firefox
    91. Handle Cross-Platform Differences
    92. Get a Custom, Prebuilt Version
    93. Make Firefox Software
    94. Run Multiple Mozilla Browsers
    95. Make Extensions Work Outside Firefox
    96. Turn on Firefox Diagnostics
    97. Find the Right Forum for Your Issues
    98. Survive Bugzilla
    99. Find Out What Has Been Fixed
    100. Help with the Future of Firefox

    Index

    About the Author

    Nigel McFarlane is the author of Rapid Application Development with Mozilla (Prentice Hall, 2003) and Instant JavaScript (Wrox, 1997). As a freelance technology writer and an active member of the Mozilla community, he has also written over 50 articles and tips on Mozilla and related technologies and has written or contributed to a number of books.

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