In chrome you can replace the names of bookmarks in the toolbar with their favicon. Is it possible to do the same thing in Firefox? I want all my bookmarks to just display the favicon in order to save space.
There is an add-on that does this, "Smart Bookmarks Bar":
You can set it to never show the name or to show it on mouse-over.
You can fairly simply just delete the text from the bookmark, which leaves it with only the Favicon.
The downside to deleting the descriptions/labels is that you lose some of the usefulness of the bookmark, you can't just type its name into the URL bar and find it any more, your bookmarks become harder to manage if the icons are lost (eg if you move to another machine). You can do this without installing any add-ons or deleting any bookmark descriptions, by just hiding them.
You can create a file called "
Create a text file in Notepad with the following content:
Save this file as "
Win XP: C:\Documents and Settings\*[YourLogin]\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*[randomtext].default\chrome
On Vista: C:\Users\*[YourLogin]\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*[randomtext].default\chrome
Once you've saved that restart Firefox and you should find that you have a label-less bookmark toolbar.
If you want examples of other things you can set with this file, open the
protected by nhinkle♦ Aug 6 '13 at 21:44
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