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From Barnes & NobleThe Barnes & Noble Review
Firefox is full of cool features, and a world of developers are creating extensions and themes to make it even cooler. You can find all those goodies in one book: Firefox Secrets.
Do you know the right-click shortcut for searching any text you select? Or that you can add a plug-in that searches Wikipedia? Do you know how to change Firefox’s default location for storing downloads? Or that you can access up-to-the-minute RSS feeds in Firefox just like you access any other bookmarked page? Did you know you can clear all your “tracks” with a single click? It’s all here. Firefox Secrets recommends themes, offers practical troubleshooting help, even takes you inside Firefox’s mysterious config files.
Firefox may be the browser of the future, but this is the Firefox book you want right now. Bill Camarda, from the July 2005 Read Only