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Alphabetize the Mozilla Firefox bookmark menu

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Bookmarks don't appear in the Firefox Bookmarks drop down like they used to?


They do but it depends on how you add them to your bookmarks. I personally find the fastest way to add a new bookmark and get it to where I want it to be is to drag it there.
At the beginning of each website address (in the address bar) there should be an icon. You can click and drag this icon and place it in your bookmarks bar or in your bookmarks menu.

If you want to order/sort your existing bookmarks you can also use the bookmarks menu which can be accessed through the top option upon clicking open the bookmarks tab.

I hope this helped, if not please let me know what other information you would like and I'll try and help you as best as I can.

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Address bar and tools menu not seeing in Mozilla Firefox


You might have faced issue like not seeing address bar and tools menu in Mozilla Firefox sometimes. You might bit embarrassed by this. Here is the simple way to get your address bar and tools menu bar in Mozilla Firefox


Mozilla firefox will like this when the address bar and tool menu disappears

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Now you need to press ALT Key on key board.Now you can see the tool bar and menu bar. To keep this settings, right click on VIEW option and Check options like Menu bar, Navigation Toolbar and Bookmarks Toolbar.

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How do I restore my mozilla firefox bookmarks


Try to login with your gmail account. Or open your gmail account which you always use. Some time it will recover back your bookmarks

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Iwant to delete bookmarks


  1. 1Open your Mozilla Firefox browser.
  2. 2Select the "Bookmarks" button from the file bar.

  3. Scroll down to the bookmark you wish to delete. Scroll down to the bookmark you wish to delete.
  4. 4Hold your mouse over the bookmark you wish to remove and right click.
  5. From the drop-down menu that appears, select the Delete button. From the drop-down menu that appears, select the Delete button.
  6. 6Alternately, delete all bookmarks in Firefox by deleting the bookmark file from Mozilla Firefox's user profile folder. (Note - This method will not work on Firefox 3. The bookmarking system has been changed from that of previous versions) This varies on each PC since the profile folder name is a randomly generated name, but here's an example:

    C:\Documents and Settings\(your account name)\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\f1f2f3f4f5.default\bookmarks.html
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How do I reinstall Mozilla toolbar, please ?


well a tool bar isn't somethign that you just reinstall. most likely you just have if turned off.

Try going to view, then toolbars, and check which ones have a check mark next to them. you almost always want the navigation, and most people like having their bookmarks there also.

Aug 20, 2011 | Mozilla Firefox

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How do I put my favorites in alphabetical order


Hello,

In Explorer the menu says 'Favorites' and in Firefox the menu says 'Bookmarks'

In both programs you sort the same way.

Select the 'Favorites' menu.

Move the mouse pointer down the list a little bit and then right click.

Select 'Sort by Name' from the menu that appears.

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I have lost back, forward and edit, history, bookmark, tool etc. on top how can i get it back?


The Firefox "menu bar" includes dropdown menus for various tasks (including "File", "Edit", etc.). If the menu bar does not display, press the "Alt" key (if you are using Windows). That will restore the menu bar temporarily. To restore it permanently, go to the menu bar and select:
View > Toolbars > Menu bar

The Firefox "navigation toolbar" includes the "back", "forward", "reload" buttons, and the address bar (where you type a web address). If the navigation bar does not display, go to the menu bar and select:
View > Toolbars > Navigation toolbar

The Firefox "bookmarks toolbar" displays frequently used bookmarks. If the bookmark toolbar does not display, go to the menu bar and select:
View > Toolbars > Bookmarks toolbar

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How to make facebook homepage?


Open Facebook website and login with your username and password.

Click on Bookmark from Menu bar on top ( FILE, EDIT, VIEW, History, BOOKMARKS )

Click on Bookmark this page and click ok. ( your facebook page is bookmarked )

Next time when you open Mozilla Firefox.
Click on Bookmark and in the list you will find FACEBOOK - Click on it and it will open the page.

Jun 16, 2010 | Mozilla Firefox

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Cannot bookmark page


Hmm zone alarm should not be stopping you from bookmarking it has no outgoing connections to bookmark so that should have nothing to do with your problem. :)

My first thought is that the bookmarks.html file is read only, this happens sometimes after upgrading your firefox.
  1. Navigate to the profile folder
  2. Find bookmarks.html (you can open it and see if any bookmarks in it saved to make sure this is the right file)
  3. Right-click on the file, choose Properties
  4. On the General tab, make sure "Read only" is not checked.
  5. Press OK.
For help how to find the profile folder:
Operating system Profile folder location(s) Windows NT (NT 4.x, 2000, XP, and Vista) "%APPDATA%\Mozilla\" Windows 95 (without Desktop Update) C:\Windows\Mozilla Windows 95 (with Desktop Update)/98/Me C:\Windows\Application Data\Mozilla\
C:\Windows\Profiles\<Windows login/user name>\Application Data\Mozilla\
Unix/Linux ~/.mozilla/ Mac OS X ~/Library/Mozilla/
~/Library/Application Support/
If this did not help or it was not read only, another known reason for the bookmarks button to stop working is if you have either a non compatible extension/plugin installed or if you have norton antivirus that messes it up (compatibility issues). I would try to troubleshoot this by first slowly disabling one by one the plugins, meaning disable one, restart firefox, see if it solved it. You do it the following way:

1] From menu that is at the top of Firefox window, you need to click on Tools options and then choose Add-ons. Add-ons window will appear.
2] In add-ons window, you have to select Extensions panel to view your installed extensions
3] Check for extensions known to cause problem when they are installed with Norton: These include Piclens, freecorder, FoxyTunes, Google Toolbar, and Skype extension. If you do not have norton then just go one by one slowly disabling for test.
4] Disable one by one each and every extension that you have from list above each time testing if the one you just disabled was responsible

For disabling the extension do the following:
1] Click on the name of that extension to disable
2] To disable this extension, you have to click on disable button.
Repeat the steps given below for each extension that is causing problem.

5] After you have disabled the extension, you have to close Firefox window. Click on file menu and then choose exit.
6] Right click on any empty spot in Windows task bar and then choose Task manager. An alternative way is to press Ctrl + Shift + Esc
7] Select processes tab
8] Select firefox.exe entry in processes list and then press End process. If there is no “firefox.exe” entry then you can skip this step.
9] Start Firefox browser normally
10] Close Firefox browser again. Click on file menu and then choose exit
11] Start Firefox browser again and see if bookmarks works

Alternatively if after disabling all the addons/extensions the bookmark menu still not works, you can always backup your bookmarks file (located in profile folder, see above for exact path), save it somewhere, reinstall firefox completely and import/copy back the bookmarks.


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Organizing favorites


If you use IE, then you cannot do this. However, if you are using Mozilla Firefox (much better and highly recommended), click on Bookmarks > Organize Bookmarks > View > Sort by Name...Wallah!

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