By maurizio | May 14, 2007
If you have too many toolbars in Firefox and want to hide some, there is an easy trick that let you have all your toolbars at your hand without having half of the screen occupied by them.
If you don’t have any toolbar installed is time to install some. On this example I have Google,StumbleUpon and Web Developers toolbars.
Google’s toolbar should be left visibile all times to be able to use it for searches and for our other toolbars. What we have to do is have a button for every toolbar we want to hide. Button are already created by the toolbars, you just need to put them somewhere. To do that you need to right click on an empty space of a toolbar. You could also click just below the blank space where you type urls:
You should see a menu like the one pictured below:
Click on Customize and you will see a window like the screenshot here:
Now you need to find the button that calls the toolbar you want to hide. On my Example I want to hide Web Developers and StumbleUpon toolbars.
Once you’ve found them, you have to drag them on the bar you left there (Google’s). You could also add some space between the two buttons:
When you’ve finished, just press done and you will have something like this:
Please note that I’ve saved this post under Content Creation. What you should also learn from this post is how to create content. If you don’t have any idea on what to write, just ask your friends what they do not understand and then get some information together and start a new post. Friends are the best resource for inspiration. Especially if they then read your blog.
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