Tip: Textarea Cache for Firefox | Courtney Social Media Consultant in Los Angeles

· Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 in Tutorials · 0 Comments

Textarea Cache for Firefox is a lifesaver.

This extension will save automatically the content in the textarea or WYSIWYG editor when user is typing. The user can recover the saved text in the cache window, even if the tab or the window is closed unexpectedly.

The user will see an icon in the status bar when the text is saved in the cache.
Clicking the icon will open the cache window.

Multiple Instances of Internet Explorer | Courtney Social Media Consultant in Los Angeles

· Tuesday, November 18th, 2008 in Girl Geek · 3 Comments

My hatred for Internet Explorer runs deep.

But my need for sanity runs deeper.

I installed Multiple IE on the Office Network today.

Of course I had to upgrade to Internet Explorer 7 first. Not fun in my opinion, but a necessary evil.

Anything involving Internet Explorer is a headache.

But I did what I had to do.

I get tired of rendering and validating in Firefox sometimes.

So it was just easier to just install the crap.

If you’re like me…you might want to go ahead and do the same.

Just make sure that you read the “Important Notes” first before you start throwing yourself out of buildings and what not.