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eLearning Development: Useful Firefox add-ons

Upside Learning

Mozilla’s Firefox is a preferred web browser for many. What makes Firefox different from other browsers is it being open source and highly customizable using Firefox add-ons. IE tabs – This allows developers to check how HTML page would look in IE, without leaving Firefox.

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Is HTML5 Ready for eLearning Development?

Upside Learning

Cross Platform / Browser Compatibility – Every browser has its own rendering mechanism so an application developed for iPad Safari is not guaranteed to work well in other browsers like IE, Firefox or Chrome. A few browsers like Firefox support Ogg Theora (an open source format) while others like Safari support H.264


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TechSmith Partners with Firefox Flicks to Inspire Filmmakers Worldwide

TechSmith Camtasia

There’s no doubt that mobile has impacted the way we all work and do business, so we were thrilled to hear from our friends at Firefox that their annual video competition, Firefox Flicks , centers this year on the theme, Get Mobilized. Get Mobilized! Submit a Flick! Good news–there’s still time to enter!

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2019 output only opens in Firefox

Adobe Captivate

The post 2019 output only opens in Firefox appeared first on eLearning. My output files do not open in chrome or safari (mac) or chrome (windows). I output in HTML5.

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eLearning Development Is An Iterative Process

Upside Learning

Related posts: eLearning Development: Useful Firefox add-ons Why Use ActionScript 3.0 It is important for all involved with eLearning development to understand and appreciate that effective eLearning courses need an iterative process to create them. The more you iterate, the closer you get to an ideal learning solution.

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Firefox Bookmark Shortcuts

Tony Karrer

Firefox allows you to add a "Keyword" to any bookmark. Since the title of the previous post is a bit different, I'm going to create a new post that is just about this one thing and then I guess I'll cross link. By the way, if you are not sure what Ctrl+T does, then go visit the previous post.

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The best free Firefox to do list and task list app: Todoist

E-learning Uncovered

How to start firefox in fullscreen mode? Command Line Options; MozillaZine I realize I made a huge mistake in my thesis and am not sure what to do.

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