Firefox Extensions

13 Great Firefox Extensions For Web Professionals

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Like most web developers or SEO professionals, I use various tools to accomplish the task. I use a combination of desktop and web applications, some are purchased and some are free. Everyone I know has downloaded a free copy of Mozilla Firefox, but only a few of them have realized that by installing 1,500 free extensions they can eliminate the need for most other applications they currently use. Here are 13 of my favorite Firefox Extensions for web professionals (without a specific order):

13 Great Firefox Extensions For Web Professionals

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1.HTML Validation Tool

Validates W3C HTML web pages with a simple green check mark in the page corner if the page is validated, and a red check mark if T, and a yellow exclamation mark if there is a warning. It also includes an improved source code view that lets you know where the code is located.

2. FireFTP

A free and cross-platform FTP client that provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers. This removes the program for those of you who use a separate FTP program.

3. Professor X

Allows you to view address information without having to look at the source code. The Slide page displays down and X shows you the content of the home page, including the Meta, Script, and Style content.

4. NikkelWHOIS

You can see the WHOIS information for any page by clicking the button in the top right of your browser.

5. IE Tab

A patient to exchange between Internet Explorer and Firefox when testing the web pages you develop? Using IE Tab, you can see Internet Explorer in the Firefox tab!

6. FireBug

Advanced Controller Debugger allows you to monitor JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and Ajax.

7. Codetech

Web page editor that feels like Dreamweaver. An amazing extension for anyone designing web sites does not want to pay a few hundred dollars for Dreamweaver.

8. Switcher Server

You can easily switch between sites on your development and your server directly by clicking the switch server icon.

9. SEO for Firefox

Attracts compelling market research data directly to Google and Yahoo! search results, Including Google PR, age, links, Alexa ranking, WHOIS and more. It also adds some useful links to the top of the search page, including Google Trends, Google Traffic Estimator, and Overture View.

10. After another Resizer window

Allows you to resize the browser window to the default screen resolution.

11. AdSense Preview

Preview the Google AdSense ad that will appear on that page. This is very useful if you’re considering installing AdSense on a page and do not want to bother registering an account and posting ads just to see what type of ad to show.

12. Take the screen

Capture a screenshot of the webpage and save it as an image file. This saves a lot of time compared to the way I use it – take a screenshot and open Adobe Photoshop to crop the image.

13. The spyware server

Displays the HTTP server brand (Apache, IIS, etc.) that runs on the visited site on the lower right side of the browser.

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Final Words

Now that’s some recommendations for Firefox Extensions For Web Professionals who can get them for free

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