Here are some more firefox tweaks you can use for better accessibility.
Have you ever seen this alert in firefox while browsing.
This is a alert you get when you try to use sites that auto updates itself, aka web2.0 based sites.
Here is how you can get rid of this alert.
Firefox has a url with which you can access and change the setting of Firefox, its kind of a long list and has lots and lots of configurations, which you can change easily but sticking to the image above, here is how you get rid of it.
Type about:config in a blank tab / window in the Firefox address / url field, you will see something like this come up.
In the text field marked as filter, search for the text dom.max_script_run_time, you will get one entry there.
Right click on this field and click on modify, you will get a screen, In this instead of the default 5 enter 20 – 30, that's it, once you do this you can forget seeing the alert now.
How to open multiple windows on firefox startup
Every browser you open up start's with the home page you set it to open or with the blank page, now do you want to open Firefox multiple windows?
Well you definitely can do that, here is a quick tip on how you can do that.
Go to Tools -> Options -> General in the Firefox menu.
In this you will see something like this
In the place where you see location, just change the default like this
If you see I have seperated each site using a | ( pipe ) symbol, so next time when I open Firefox all four sites will open simultaneously, isn't it cool rather than you having to type or open new tabs all the time you can start firefox.
Coming up some more accessibility hacks for firefox, till then enjoy these, you may also want to read my other article about tweaking firefox to get better accesibilty in the meantime.