Browser

What is an add-on?

What is an add-on and what does it do?

Add-ons can hardly be kept away from today’s browsers. They expand your browser with additional features and give you the chance to customise it to your own needs. In this article, you can find out exactly what add-ons are and what you can do with them. Do you know the difference between add-ons and plug-ins? You’ll learn more about that, too, in this post.

Restore Firefox session

Restoring your previous Firefox session – A step-by-step guide

Want to restore your session in Firefox? If you accidentally close Firefox all the tabs you had open will disappear from the tab bar when you reopen the browser. Fortunately, the web browser has a built-in feature for restoring your previous Firefox session or individual tabs. How does this feature work and what settings are required to restore tabs in Firefox?

Clearing the Cache

Clearing the cache: deleting the browser’s cache

Information is often cached so that visited website can be loaded quickly and videos and gifs can be viewed offline. However, if the cache contains a large, or very large amount of data, it can cause problems and adversely affect computer performance. Therefore, it makes sense to delete the cache from time to time.

Install add-ons

Installing add-ons in Firefox, Chrome, and more

Whether you’ve chosen Firefox, Chrome, Edge, or Safari as your standard browser – when you install an add-on, you’re extending your browser with useful features. For example, you could improve the search experience with suitable extensions, or you could optimise work processes. In our step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to install add-ons in some of the most popular browsers.

Cross Browser Testing

Cross browser testing

Optimising your website on all devices and browsers serves is an important badge of quality for both users as well as search engines. Due to the sheer amount of different web browsers, this aspect of optimisation is often overlooked. Cross browser testing tools analyse how your website is displayed in different browsers, identify problematic codes, and support you with optimisation.

Deactivating JavaScript

Deactivating JavaScript instructions for Firefox, Chrome, and IE

JavaScript is ubiquitous in the world wide web. The scripting language adds interactive elements to websites and has significantly changed the appearance of online offers. Hardly any of today’s web pages can work without scripts that are executed on the website visitor’s computer. However, this also entails risks. All common web browsers also provide their users with functions that can restrict or...

ERR_CONNECTION_RESET

ERR_CONNECTION_RESET: how to fix the 101 error in Chrome, etc.

If you can’t connect to the website you want to access, an error message will be displayed listing possible causes. Sometimes these aren’t of much help. For example, the message “ERR_CONNECTION_RESET” simply reveals that the connection has been reset, however the reasons why and possible solutions are not given. We explain why the error occurs and how to fix ERR_CONNECTION_RESET.

ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED: The best solutions when dealing with this Chrome error

A huge range of information and entertainment being easily available thanks to fast loading times are standard in the internet of today. However, with the number of internet users and the complexity of different websites, it has also become more common to experience connection errors. For example, the Google Chrome browser displays the message “ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED” if the contacted web server...

clear cookies

Deleting cookies: how to clear stored data

Some cookies can be very helpful – they let you sleep on those impulse purchases and keep them from disappearing out of your shopping cart, or log into social media sites with just one click. But not all cookies make surfing the web easier, and some may even forward unwanted information to third parties. It is a good idea to learn how to clear cookies, and this guide will show you how to clear...


Wait! We’ve got something for you!
Get your .co.uk domain for just £1/1st year.

Enter the web address of your choice in the search bar to check its availability.
12 months for £1
then £10/year