Firefox manage bookmarks
Managing Firefox bookmarks is more like managing Favorites in ie, than handling bookmarks in Chrome. Speaking of which, you can easily learn more about managing preferences in web browser and Edge . If you’re a Chrome user, you can easily read about managing bookmarks in Chrome .
As with Internet Explorer, the answer to managing bookmarks (and other things) in Firefox should allow the menu club (the club across the top that states “File” “Edit” “View” “Tools” etc.) While you’re at it, to make managing bookmarks simpler in Firefox also enable the Bookmarks Toolbar.
Open Firefox and appear in the picture below. Appropriate mouse click anywhere in the “gray” area and place check mark next to Menu Bar and Bookmarks Toolbar.
You may open your bookmarks and search in Firefox by pushing CTRL+B. You are able to start bookmarks by pushing ALT + B. See below – opening “Show All Bookmarks” by pushing the ALT+B secrets with Firefox open. Or utilizing the selection club enabled click Bookmarks in the Menu bar.
To import bookmarks from another web browser (Chrome/IE) or an HTML file, simply click “Show All Bookmarks” and click “Import and back-up” (see below).
You an in addition backup your Firefox bookmarks by clicking on Import and Backup and selecting “Export to HTML”.
If you would like start to see the articles of the Bookmarks Toolbar by clicking on Bookmarks regarding the selection club then pressing Bookmarks Toolbar. Or press the Alt secret + B after that simply click Bookmarks Toolbar.