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I dont know if people using Mozilla are aware of this feature. Placing bookmark buttons in the mozilla browser , other than the bookmarks option appearing in Menu item(‘Bookmarks’).

In the picture above you can see some buttons/keys between the URL textbox and the browser Tabs. They are the bookmark visual interface keys.

Advantages:

  • One click to your marked web pages.
  • You can even group multiple pages to a single folder with a common name. (eg: in the pic, ASP.Net is a folder in which the related pages are grouped).

Dis-advantages:

  • Once the space is over (known as front row space), all bookmarks are not available in the front row.

How to place bookmarks?

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  1. In the picture as you see, right click on the portion where you can place bookmarks, you can add new bookmarks manually.
  2. Drag and drop the tab to the bookmark portion.
  3. To enable the corresponding icon, simply click the bookmark button once placed. You get it.

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4 comments on “Bookmark buttons in Mozilla

  1. Binny V A on said:

    I have done this – but I give it a single character name so that theres more space.

  2. Yes, that is a good solution too. I started making folders, specially for movies and help tips. :-)

  3. shoban on said:

    Firefox version 3 has a dedicated button ..in fact its a “star” symbol in the address bar!

  4. I guess thats favorites button?
    ‘Opera’ have got buttons inside the browser itself(page display area). Actually there are only space for 9 bubbles, or else i would have prefered in UI than mozilla.
    Someone using Opera might have seen. :-)
    Is mozilla 3 having any added facility than 2??

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