Firefox has become much more than a great browser that puts pressure on Microsoft to do a better job with Internet Explorer.
Firefox has become a treasure chest of tools that web designers can use in their everyday web design work. A lot of this power comes into Firefox via their plug-in architecture that they call ‘add-ons’.
I just released a short video tutorial that demonstrates the cool little Firefox add-on called Colorzilla.
More about this plug-in:
Colorzilla allows you to select colors in your web page. This seemingly simple bit of functionality can come in really handy, as I demonstrate in the video.
You can check out the video here:
Tags: firefoxThis post was written by: Stefan Mischook
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