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Is there a Toolbar for Mozilla?

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9:57 am on Sep 17, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I need something more up to date than this 2003 discussion
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Thank you!

11:06 am on Sept 17, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Why not use firefox ..you get the PR bar and webdev etc etc ...?
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No Google toolbar with everything for Mozilla yet, though you can use the Googlebar extension along with the Page Rank status extension.

A Google for pagerankstatus has it top result.

It displays the familiar meter in the bottom-right status bar.

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I thought mozilla=firefox
Rob, I am afraid that what you say it's unclear for me
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Mozilla and Firefox aren't the same thing ...

Firefox is lighter and faster and Rocks! ...

Mozilla is like it's namesake ..powerfull with a big footprint and "kludgy" .....still better and tighter than *xplorer tho ..

Then there is Opera ..for rich folks ...( ducks )..

'n' a whole pile of other stuff that I never see declaring themselves in my logs ..then again browsers are sly 'lil' critters..;)

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Alright I could use Firefox then. Will I find all the ie toolbar features?
And what about netscape?
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Just installed Firefox... well it may rocks but to me it sucks! After 10 second the first bug... A drop-down menu that does not drop down at all!
(in a jsp website )
9:36 am on Sept 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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It seems problematic the handling of plugins like realaudio as well
1:14 am on Oct 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

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USE FireFox and it really rocks ... toolbars send many data to google, which can harm you in long run, example

if you browse your site bluewidgets.com and always do search for Blue Widgets in google to see your position , then always remember that google gets some data about you browsing bluewidgets.com and searching for Blue widgets. This gives enough indication that you are doing some SEO for your site, so you may invite a manual scan.

So Use firefox and stop referal logging , it will disallow such information flow to google.

I think I am clear with my confusing sentences.

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My aim is to browse ANY website I want to browse, and with Firefox I can't. Also, I was not able to get the HTML code of the page I visit
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I was not able to get the HTML code of the page I visit.

That may be, but it is not because of Firefox. Just right click on a web page and then click "View Page Source."