I save pages that I browse on the net and find interesting into a folder called C:\PageSaves
Later, during the commute, I open these pages to see what they are and move them into a neatly categorized folder tree.
For example, Perl related pages goto C:\Pages\Perl, MySQL related pages goto C:\Pages\MySQL and so on.
I was wondering if there is any way I could
open any number of HTML files on disc / inside a folder (C:\PageSaves in my case) into Mozilla/FF/K-Meleon etc
For example, I would like to just "drag and drop" the folder C:\PageSaves into FireFox and have it open all the .html pages in the folder in a separate tab
Right now, if I "drag and drop" multiple HTML files, it just opens the last file in the selection.
Have a set of toolbar buttons, basically, a (the) plugin that should allow me to nuke the page (if I don't want to keep the page anymore) from disc or move the file (and its corresponding folder) into a predefined / new folder
I am familiar with coding full blown FireFox plugins, so even if something very basic/almost similar exists, I can take it forward.
Hints/clues/other methods of achieving the same result are all welcome!