by Ira Socol
About this Collection
Make your browser accessible to virtually all students with this collection.
21 Add-ons in this Collection
With this addon you can translate any text to your own language with one click or hot-key. You can either translate the selected text, this way the translated text will overwrite the original selected text, or you can translate the full page too.
With EPUBReader you can read ePub files just in Firefox. No additional software needed!
United States English Spellchecker for Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey by Kevin Atkinson and Geoff Kuenning.
To enable, right-click in a multi-line text box, select "Languages", then "English (United States)".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Text-to-voice. TTS gives Firefox the power of speech. Select text, click the button on the bottom right of Firefox window and this add-on speaks the selected text for you. Isn't it brilliant? Audio is downloadable.
Single-click access to common actions for images (e.g. saving, copying, printing). This extension is intended to provide a replacement for the equivalent toolbar in Internet Explorer.
Map with Google Maps by Jonas Brandon, Alan Hietala, others
Highlight an address on a web page, right click the mouse and select "Search Google Maps" from the menu, a Google Maps tab will open with the relevant location result.
Toggles dictionaries automatically or manually and displays the currently selected one
FoxVox will speak any text you highlight in a web page. FoxVox can also create audiobooks in mp3, ogg, and wav formats. You can now easily turn your blogs and articles into podcasts.
Creates a text-only version of almost any web page. Great for accessibility, SEO and printing.
Allows to highlight the selected text.
1) three customizable colors for highlight
2) highlight functions as bookmarks
3) hotkeys for highlight selected text, remove highlights, and jump to highlighted text.
Allows to copy selected text as plain text by adding a 'Copy as Text' menu item to context menu.
Mouseless Browsing (MLB) enables you to browse the web entirely with the keyboard. The basic principle is to add small boxes with unique ids behind every link and/or form element. You just have to type in the id to trigger the corresponding action i....