- cuneAform – cuneAform is the community built Editor that anyone can use. cuneAform is designed to edit pieces of (x)HTML code and contains most of the features of the big boys. cuneAform is a community built extension to Mozilla products including FireFox and Mozilla. You can see a demo of cuneAform in action .. provided you’re not using FireFox to block even the good pop-ups.
- Copy Plain Text 0.2Have you ever copied text from a website and pasted it into an email program, such as Thunderbird, but been frustrated that the text formatting (bold, italic, font, etc.) were copied with it? This extension copies the text without all the formatting.
- Copy Image – Activates the inherent ability to copy images to the clipboard, moves the menu item down one position in the nightlies. That is, this plug-in adds a ‘Copy Image to Clipboard’ choice to the context menu, below ‘Copy Image Location.’
- AutoForm – Allows webdevelopers to avoid the boring task of filling out forms while developing. The process of save and load form data can be automated and configured. The form data will be saved into the preferences to its context, which is calculated on the base URI, the form name and and a hash value over all form elements. So every page should have it’s unique key where the values are stored.
- WML Browser – View WML (Wireless Markup Language) pages in Mozilla or Mozilla Firefox. In other words, use this to test your markup for your BlackBerry.
- IE View – this plugin is a simple Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox extension (for Microsoft Windows systems), which allows the current page or a selected link to be opened in Internet Explorer. While we all prefer to use Mozilla 99.99% of the time, but there are those moments — particularly when testing new pages, or when viewing that rare IE-only page that’s actually interesting — when we need to see what things look like in IE.
- EditCSS a useful extension for web developers and web designers, that works for Mozilla Firefox. It allows you to edit current stylesheets of a page in live, and display the result as you type. It appears in a sidebar. The project is based on Jesse Ruderman’s “Edit Style” bookmarklet, that has done the essential work.
- Web Developer – Adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools. Current tools include converting form POSTs to GETs, hiding images, outlining block level elements, disabling styles and many more. In other words — pretty much adds in one neat plug-in many of the individual plug-in capabilities listed above.
- Checky – Here is a one-stop, right-click menu interface to a large number of online webpage validaton and analysis services. Warning, once you start …
Now if the good folks at Six Apart would build me an editor/plugin for MovableType, I’d be set. I’m sure you WordPress and pMachine people are thinking along the same lines — then again it’d be nice if WordPress supported multiple blogs — then again, I should really experiment with TextPattern when I get the chance.
So what about you? Installed the FireFox browser yet? If so, what plugins are you using?