How can I alphabatize my bookmarks and still keep my most visited ones at the top?
If there are instructions for this I haven't found them.
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Sorry, there's no preference for sorting in that manner. Sort by Name doesn't account for the most visited, it's a straight alpha sort per folder. The Most Visited folder, on the Bookmarks Toolbar, is actually a separate algorithmic calculation based upon how often a bookmarked website is visited, and I believe that calculation includes all pages visited at that domain based upon the browsing history.
Guess I didn't ask the right question. How do I sort by name? Also, how do I learn about such things other than asking on line? In other words, "Where is the 'book' ?"
F1 takes you to Firefox Help http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Firefox+Help?style_mode=inproduct
Here's the KnowledgeBase article for that. https://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Sorting+bookmarks
Bookmarks are sorted between separators. So if you have them in one big list then put your favorite bookmarks at the top and the other below separated by a separator and sort them alphabetically. You can only sort folders in Firefox 3 versions. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Sorting_and_rearranging_bookmarks_-_Firefox