Which I could take part of this practical extension but it is not visible anywhere in Firefox? Where is the magic? No icon among tools? how do you guys make this work?
Thank You for a swift answer:)
Installed Addon-Bar om the desktop Ubuntu Mint computer. Worked as soon as the settings was established.
On the laptop, Xubuntu it does not. No icon
Hi, I'm no longer supporting this extension. It was originally built for the addon bar, where it'll still appear if you install the addon bar extension for FireFox.
I am using 2.7, it is tiney, weeny, handy and good.
Works well for wordpress.com blogs but what about self hosted wordpress? I use Jetpack and have this functionality in Chrome but would also like it in Firefox.
Thanks for the review. I wrote this for use exclusively on wordpress.com because that's where I host my blogs and it serves a public api and mobile web stats page of a known version. I don't have any plans to make this work as a general purpose extension for different versions of self-hosted wordpress but the code is public so I suppose it wouldn't be too hard to point it at your own blog rather than wp.com.
it's so perfect. more than what you think.
Great!... Simply fast and first of all... IT WORKS! :)
Perfetta!! I love it
I really love this extension! Since I was constantly refreshing my Wordpress stats page, this makes it ten times easier. This is a very useful addon, and I will definitely be using this from now on! :-)
Nice extension. I find myself double clicking the icon in the status bar. Could you make it do something, like display the Stats page?
Hi Matt, I know it's been a long time but this feature is now in v2.6 and above
I like how simple and unobtrusive it is. Maybe you can add something to the options to choose another (second) blog instead?
Thanks for the review, I'm intending to support multiple blogs in the next release (as I have 3 myself!)
[Edit] the new version (v2.0) now supports multiple blogs :)
Excellent, small and simple.