Mozilla Firefox provides useful, customizable toolbars that provide easy access to common features and sites. In this tutorial we’ll show you how toolbars can be displayed or hidden depending on your preferences.
- Open the Mozilla Firefox Internet Browser. On the top, you’ll notice a menu bar that says File, Edit, History, Bookmarks, Tools and Help. Next to that is an empty section known as the Tab Strip.
- Right-click the Tab Strip. The menu will display various toolbars with or without check marks next to them:
- Menu Bar – This is your most basic Firefox toolbar that displays the browser menus File, Edit, View, History, Bookmarks, Tools, and Help. If you choose to keep the menu bar hidden, you can always temporarily show it by pressing the Alt key.
- Tab Strip – This is the section where your web page tabs are displayed. You cannot remove the tab strip, but you can rearrange it to be above or below the Navigation Toolbar. To do this, right-click the tab strip and check/uncheck Tabs on Top.
- Navigation Toolbar – This is your web address toolbar. It contains your web site navigation buttons, the location bar, the search bar, the home button and the bookmarks button.
- Bookmarks Toolbar – Contains your bookmarks and bookmark folders.
- Add-on Toolbar – this toolbar is associated with your Firefox extensions and is located at the bottom of the Firefox window.
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