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I am willing to pay someone to set up a three page max, website? In London UK, to meet discuss, i am willing to pay £100
Looking for someone to set up a simple webpage with three max pages, to have an online booking form, details of pricing, and collect clients addresses. Looking for young student type, who is willing to show me, but also able to set the basic page up, as once set does not need changes. Want easy booking system, have a website in mind, but could not find their code, and could not see who to work the website, really difficult not intuitive at all. Thanks, Mozilla.
(Why is that whenever I want to bookmark i have to click and click again, it should just go to the last folder used. Makes sense if you are working on a project, like use a pin option. Also when flicking over pages, leave the mouse in the same position on that page, makes senses)
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Hi AmoraCandies, we can't allow the support forum to be used as a jobs board, it will only attract spammers and scammers. However, regarding your Firefox questions:
Why is that whenever I want to bookmark i have to click and click again, it should just go to the last folder used. Makes sense if you are working on a project, like use a pin option.
The most recently used folders appear in the drop-down, but Firefox will always default to the same folder. This is now "Other Bookmarks" but can be changed to a different folder using an add-on.
If you are working on a project where you expect to be bookmarking numerous pages in a row to a particular folder, check out the add-on because it can designate any existing folder as your default when you check its Options on the Add-ons page.
To select your preferred folder after installation:
Open the Add-ons page using any of these:
- Ctrl+Shift+a (Mac: Command+Shift+a)
- "3-bar" menu button (or Tools menu) > Add-ons
- type or paste about:addons in the address bar and press Enter/Return
In the left column of the Add-ons page, click Extensions.
Then on the right side click the Options button (on Mac, Preferences) for the extension. The setting you want to update is pictured in the attached screenshot.
Also when flicking over pages, leave the mouse in the same position on that page, makes senses
Are you using a gesture on a track pad? I think the mouse pointer should remain in the same spot but I'm sure it varies depending on the specific gesture.