Participating in the Mozilla project - MDC If you're interested in helping to fix bugs and otherwise work on the code behind the Mozilla platform, this is the place to find the documentation that will point you in the right direction. Document Tags and Contributors Contributors to this page:Sheppy, Centinel, openjck, jenzed, Benjamin Smedberg, Pettay, inma_610, Husylvan, thiagofalves, themky, email@example.com, phenix, Potappo, Johnatan Mozilla Firefox - Have it Your Way! There are many free web browsers on the market. One of the best is Mozilla Firefox. Often referred to as just Firefox, it includes features such as pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, and increased security. Firefox's design allows the user to extensively customize the browser to their individual tastes and needs through the use of extensions and themes. Additionally, Firefox stores many hidden preferences which can be manipulated to turn on or off many other features.
Firefox Central New to Firefox? Well you’ve come to the right place. This article covers all the basics and will get you up and running in just a few minutes. It also has tons of links to other great articles that you might want to explore later. Choose the page that opens when you start Firefox or click the Home button. Open a tab with the webpage you want to use as your home page. beautiful fonts with @font-face ✩ hacks.mozilla.org This article is also available in Bulgarian. While Firefox 3.0 improved typographic rendering by introducing support for kerning, ligatures, and multiple weights along with support for rendering complex scripts, authors are still limited to using commonly available fonts in their designs. Firefox 3.5 removes this restriction by introducing support for the CSS @font-face rule, a way of linking to TrueType and OpenType fonts just as code and images are linked to today. Safari has supported this type of font linking since version 3.1, and Opera has announced that they plan to support it in Opera 10. Using @font-face for font linking is relatively straightforward.
Getting Started Welcome to Firefox! We'll show you all the basics to get you up and running. When you're ready to go beyond the basics, check out the other links for features you can explore later. Developing add-ons - MDC Mozilla based software is typically extensible through add-ons. There are three primary types of add-on: extensions, plugins, and themes. This page will help guide you to the information you need in order to create add-ons for Firefox, Thunderbird, or other software based on the Mozilla platform, as well as how to distribute your add-ons. sss Profile folder From MozillaZine Knowledge Base (Redirected from Profile) Mozilla applications store a user's personal information in a unique profile. The first time you start any Mozilla application, it will automatically create a default profile; additional profiles can be created using the Profile Manager. The settings which form a profile are stored in files within a special folder on your computer — this is the profile folder.
Find Plugins How can Firefox help me? In the future, Firefox will update plugins for you. Until then, you should regularly check this page and update your plugins to stay safe. Which Plugins do I have? QA Insight: Brent Strange's Software QA blog - User-Agent Information and Tools I've decided to dedicate a spot on the blog for the user-agent information I've been providing over the last few years. From now on you can reference this post from the right navigation under the tools section. Here are four very good lists and classifications of user-agents: Here is my huge user-agent XML import file for use with the User Agent Switcher Firefox add-on: AgentStrings20080223.xml (19.67 KB) .