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Firefox also has an incremental find feature known as "Find as you type", invoked by pressing Ctrl+F. With this feature enabled, a user can simply begin typing a word while viewing a web page, and Firefox automatically searches for it and highlights the first instance found. As the user types more of the word, Firefox refines its search.
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iGoogle (formerly Google Personalized Homepage) was a customizable Ajax-based start page or personal web portal launched by Google in May 2005. It was discontinued on November 1, 2013, because the company believed the need for it had eroded over time.
Shows the welcome page used by Firefox Developer Tools about:downloads: Shows a list of downloaded files about:feeds: Shows the page used when clicking the rss feed icon in the address bar about:healthreport: Shows the Firefox Health Report about:home: Shows the Firefox 4 default home page N/A about:jetpack
Firefox OS was based on the Gecko rendering engine with a user interface called Gaia, written in HTML5. The development of Firefox OS ended in 2016, [ citation needed ] and the project was completely discontinued in 2017,  although a fork of Firefox OS was used as the basis of KaiOS , a feature phone platform.
It also controls the homepage and new tab page settings to prohibit the ability to change them back to the original settings. Depending on whatever browser is being used, ads may appear on the page. When it infects, it makes a browser redirect from Google and some other search engines to trovi.com.
Alexa Internet, Inc. is an American web traffic analysis company based in San Francisco.It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon.In December 2021, Amazon announced that it was closing down Alexa Internet, with service to discontinue as of May 1, 2022.
Jared Spool argued in 2007 that a site's homepage was actually the least important page on a website.  In 2012 and 2013, carousels (also called 'sliders' and 'rotating banners') have become an extremely popular design element on homepages, often used to showcase featured or recent content in a confined space.