Browser Extensions

A browser extension is a computer program that extends the functionality of a web browser in some way. Depending on the browser and the version, the term may be distinct from similar terms such as plug-in or add-on. Extensions can be created through use of web technologies such as HTML, Java, and CSS. Browser extensions can also improve the user interface of the web browser with out directly affecting viewable content of a web page. This improvement can be achieved through a variety of add ons such as toolbars and plug-ins.
Posts about Browser Extensions
  • 5 Tips for Saving Time in the Social Networking Age

    … multiple links, which mostly open up new tabs on our browsers. This tends to cause previously accessed important links to be lost among the clutter of several other tabs. Browser extensions like Tab Organizer and One Tab can help you out with this mind boggling issue. While Tab Organizer rearranges tabs into groups of matching URLs, OneTab converts all…

    AllFacebookin Social Facebook Twitter YouTube- 16 readers -
  • Facebook Has the Right to Protect Its Service

    … The use of third-party software or browser extensions to block ads has long been a contentious practice. Its impact on ad revenues is clear, and ad blocking is reshaping the digital landscape. Facebook has decided to push back, bypassing ad blockers for desktop browsers and improving its own ad controls for users. Facebook announced…

    AllFacebookin Facebook- 8 readers -
  • The 10 Best Browser Extensions for Marketers

    … Browser extensions are kind of like the medicine cabinet of the Internet. Getting heartburn from the lack of engagement on your brand’s social channels? Insomnia from checking your company’s mentions on Twitter every two minutes? Migraines from the absurd amount of tabs you know you can’t close? There are remedies out there. And they don’t come…

    Jillian Richardson/ The Content Strategistin Google- 24 readers -
  • ‘View Hidden Photos of Anyone on Facebook?’ Not Quite, But …

    … It may not quite allow you to “view hidden photos of anyone on Facebook,” but Picturebook, a browser extension for Google Chrome, does provide a reminder for privacy-conscious Facebook users to untag themselves from photos that they don’t want other users to see. Karissa Bell of Mashable pointed out the inaccuracies in Picturebook’s product…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 23 readers -
  • Marketing Trends & Tools We’re Thankful For

    … expectations are understood and achieved, they bring to the table plenty of marketing insights and strategic direction. Our director of account services, Arte Levy, uses Slideshare to uncover topics, trends and data sources to inform further research. He also finds a few Chrome browser extensions useful, including Colorzilla, Awesome Screenshot…

    Olivia Fuller/ Overit- 8 readers -
  • How to Test Responsive Web Design

    … testing, you may want to get a little more involved. When I first start development on a responsive project, I mainly do my testing within Google Chrome. There are a couple of browser extensions you can use to aid in this process. The first is called ‘Window Resizer’. Window Resizer adds a handy button to your Google Chrome toolbar that allows…

    Portent, Incin Google How To's- 5 readers -
  • Facebook Friend Trackers That Really Work (Mostly)

    … Wouldn't it be great if you could know when someone unfriends you? Facebook apparently doesn't want you to know when someone unfriends you, though, so it's not easy to sort out (short of keeping a separate running list and checking it periodically for the missing). But I have two friend trackers you can try. What is this magic of which I speak…

    Mary C. Long/ AllFacebookin Social- 12 readers -
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