WebLinks is a Firefox add-on that gives the user a bookmark list that has visual clues when they haven't visited a particular link in a while. Links start out with a slightly blueish background, which then changes to green, yellow, and finally red. Each link displays quite clearly the last time the user followed it.
- Color coded link backgrounds to visually indicate the last time the user visited
- Integrated context menus for adding groups, adding links, sorting, and other features
- Choose Ages - you set the age before your links start changing colors
- Choose Colors - choose from 7 colors for each link age... so if you'd prefer Blue, then Purple, then Pink, go for it!
- Easily import your existing Firefox bookmarks
- Drag and drop support - drag links from your desktop, from the navigator pane, even drag links from one WebLinks group to another
The following changes have been made since the initial release of WebLinks for Mozilla Firefox:
V1.1.1 -- December 7, 2012 * Updated addin to work in Firefox 14+ * Fixed issue with file security in Firefox 17 V1.0.2 -- October 4, 2010 * Updated about screen to make it look more like our other about screens V1.0.1 -- March 10, 2010 * Updated configuration files to allow 3-digit day fields, so now you can set up color coding on ages up to 999 days
WebLinks for Mozilla Firefox is Beerware.
That means it's FREE to download and use as much as you want.There's no time limits, no spyware, no advertisements, none of that. If you love our program and want to help us out, you can make a donation via the PayPal link to the right.
Mozilla Firefox 14 or higher
WebLinks for Mozilla Firefox v1.1.1 (76.4 kb)
We are working on getting WebLinks into Mozilla's add-on manager. Until we finish that, just download the .xpi file above, and then drag the file into an open browser window. The installation should prompt you to confirm and then your browser will restart.
We do, regrettably, have some known issues that we are still trying to fix. But they are minor enough that we didn't think they should hold back the release any longer.
* Windows - the default hotkey to show/hide the sidebar (CTRL-E) doesn't work, and I can't figure out why yet
* Firefox 3.0.* - Everything works except for drag and drop