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Tag Archives: firefox
Add LGSearch to your browser
LGSearch is a search engine for the UK public sector that I developed quite a while ago. It’s built on Google Custom Search, and isn’t particularly clever, but is rather useful. Anyway, inspired by Simon’s recent efforts on behalf of … Continue reading
Posted in Browsers, Search Tagged firefox, internet explorer, lgsearch, mozilla, mycroft, plugin, Search 3 Comments
How do you start yours?
Browser, that is. I was rather interested to hear what people used as their ‘home page’ in their browser – ie the page that loads when you first open your browser. Firefox makes this more interesting with its tabs, which … Continue reading
Create your own Firefox search plugin
The search box on the FireFox toolbar is a pretty useful thing, giving you quick access to various search engines and other sites, like Amazon, eBay and Wikipedia. It’s based on a Mozilla project called Mycroft (that being the name … Continue reading