Save Title Automatically For Filling Up The Filename While Saving The Webpage

Save Title Automatically For Filling Up The Filename While Saving The Webpage

For saving the user’s time so that they do not have to retype that filename which appeared on the web page’s title while saving a page, users of Firefox can try the Title Save extension.

This add-on of the Firefox browser saves a webpage as well as automatically places that page’s title in that file name. The users need not retype that file name again and hence it improves the speed of the saving process. In addition to that, if that page is saved for “Complete” type, then the corresponding URL automatically is introduced as a content of HTML. You can download the ‘Title Save 0.1f’ from the link Here.

Display Your Name In IE’s Title Bar

Display Your Name In IE’s Title Bar

Customizing internet explorer’s title to the user’s name is fun and very easy to do. A little fine-tuning is all one needs to Do in order to view their names on the title bar of the IE. Every IE page displays a page’s title when opened. However, showing user’s name beside the title is quite easy, which is by editing registry. These tweaks are cool and simple, and sure shot way to impress people. Follow the simple steps shown below to view your name on the IE’s title bar.

Altering IE Title Bar With User’s Name:

  • Browse to Start and click on Run
  • Write Regedit and hit Enter key.
  • A window for editing the registry opens. Now scroll down to HKEY_CURRENT_USER, select Software, then choose Microsoft, choose Internet Explorer and select Main.
  • Few names and values for each registry are found to the right side of the window. Look for a name in the registry list named as “Window Title” from the list.
  • Edit the value of “Window Title” registry to the user’s name. Save the changes and shut the registry window.
  • Resume the internet explorer and view the new changes.

After this, IE will bear the user’s name on its title bar. User’s name will be displayed on every single IE page adjacent to the page’s title.

Rename Your Firefox Tabs And Google Chrome Tabs Title In One Click

It’s very easy to rename Tabs in Firefox / Google Chrome tabs to avoid yourself from embarrassing situation or to hide information about the sites you are surfing or to avoid confusion when you have multiple tabs with similar title tag open.

You may want to Rename Firefox Tab when you are:

> Watching something naughty, but do not want others (the pesky laptop peepers) to know what you actually are upto,

> Have stocks / auction site open at office, but you do not want your colleagues / boss to know about it,

> Browsing through several pages of a website, which starts with the same title tag, classic example is if you are browsing different products categories in an online shop, then some chances are you’ll see the website URL in title first rather than the product name or make, and you’ll have to manually look into each page while re-visiting, and more such situations.

Handling this situation is now easy with – an extension for Firefox and a simple javascript hack – helps you handle this situation easily now :

To Rename Tab In Firefox:

Get Rename Tabs and that’s it

To Rename Tab In Google Chrome:

Save this link (right click and select “Copy Link Location”) as a bookmark in Google Chrome and when ever you want to rename a particular tab, click on the bookmark and a widget pop’s up:

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Fill in your desired ‘Tab Title’ and this will rename the tab. You can use the same trick in Firefox as well !

Note: If you refresh the tab, either in Firefox or in Chrome, the tabs wil lose the temporary name and revert back to the actual state.