Importing bookmarks and other data from SeaMonkey
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Firefox lets you import settings and data from SeaMonkey. This can be handy when you start using Firefox because it saves you from having to configure many things yourself. When you run Firefox for the first time, the Import Wizard will ask if you want to import settings and data from other installed browsers.
If you have already passed this step, you can still import your settings and data from your SeaMonkey profile.
Cookies, Saved passwords, and Bookmarks
- At the top of the Firefox windowOn the menu bar, click the menu, and select .
- The Import Wizard window will open. Select Netscape 6, 7 or Mozilla 1.x, then click
- If Netscape 6, 7 or Mozilla 1.x is not listed, SeaMonkey is not installed. See Importing bookmarks from an HTML file.
- Select the items you want to import, then click
- Cookies: Small files stored by some websites on your local computer that are used to enhance your experience with the website when you visit it again
- Saved Passwords: Usernames and passwords you have opted to have SeaMonkey remember.
- Bookmarks: Web pages you have saved in your SeaMonkey bookmarks.
- The items you selected should now be imported.
Importing bookmarks from an HTML file
If SeaMonkey is not installed, the Import Wizard will not list Netscape 6, 7 or Mozilla 1.x. Your SeaMonkey bookmarks are stored in the file bookmarks.html located in the SeaMonkey profile folder.
- For SeaMonkey profile locations, see the SeaMonkey documentation.
If you still have access to your SeaMonkey profile folder, you can import that file into Firefox using the Import feature of the Firefox Library window. See Import Bookmarks from a HTML file.
Based on information from Import bookmarks (mozillaZine KB)