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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Some Useful Info about Firefox's "about" Protocal

Firefox "about" Protocol





First of all :
What is Protocol in Firefox?
                       A protocol is the part of a web address before the colon. For example, web pages are normally http or https protocols. If you click on a link that specifies a protocol other than http: or https: (such as aim:goim?screenname=MozillaSupport), you may receive an error message like:
Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (aim) isn't associated with any program.

            Today I have found some interesting thing about firefox.After that I have found that we can do a lots of things with firefox or we can make some changes in in "about:config" section to increase performance of Firefox. In Detail I'll write in Next post. In this post I will just show the different options with about protocol with you can play and can get a lots of usefull information.

Here is the list :
about:
about:blank
about:buildconfig
about:cache
about:cache-entry
about:config
about:crashes
about:credits
about:license
about:mozilla
about:plugins
about:rights
about:rights#webservices
about:robots
about:support


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