Toggle Firefox Reader View and Articles become Accessible and Readable - #KeySuccessIdeas

Posted by Key Yessaad @zenkey on September 3, 2019 at 5:00 AM

Toggle the Reader View and make Articles Readable - Video…   



I Read a lot of Articles… In this Video I will show you a nifty trick that will make your reading on Laptops much more enjoyable; #KeySuccessIdeas - I have to read a fair amount of articles to keep up with changes in Technology, Inbound Marketing, Blogging, SEO, Social Media, Video Marketing, Programming, etc… 


I Use several Browsers… In my day to day work I use several Browsers - in fact 5 of them. The 2 that are always open are Firefox and Google Chrome; I use Chrome for Emails, Calendar, Texts, Contacts, etc… I use Firefox for Web Services, Blogging, Social Media, Programming, Reading, etc… 


Mozilla Firefox… But it is in Mozilla Firefox that I find the best tools, the latest toolkits, and the most flexibility; And one of my favorite is the Reader View, or more precisely the F9 Key when pressed toggles the Reader View; Let me show it to you and see how customizable it is… 


I have been using this feature in the past 2 months quite intensively, I trigger it to read about 4 to 8 articles a day – and before I customer the Toggle Reader View I can muster 2 to 3 and it wasn’t fun. 


Let me tell you what I like most about Toggling the Reader View:

  • The flashing ads disappear –very cool;
  • Gets rid of the clutter, backgrounds, and noise of the website;
  • The text can be made as large as I want;
  • I can change the fonts to something much more legible;
  • I love changing the background to Dark and the words in White – I read much faster that way;
  • It tells you the approximate amount of time it will take to read;
  • I can even have Firefox Read the article for me with a computer generated voice. 


As of this writing Mozilla Firefox is at version 68.0.2 and can be downloaded for free by going to: - Let me share another cool trick that will help you become a Browser Genius: 


Take Screen Grabs within Firefox: You can take Screenshots within Firefox by right-clicking on any web page and scrolling down to “Take a Screenshot.” You can also find this utility to the right of the web address of the page you are on by going to the and clicking on it. This utility is not like any other, it is in fact quite intuitive; if you move the mouse it starts selecting for you or you can select as much or as little as you want. When you click Save, you are taken to a page where you can add notes to the screen, crop it, highlight things, etc. – try it; I think you will like it. 


I write articles and blogs on a daily basis and record a video at least once a week. If you wish to follow me and read my ideas on entrepreneurship, Real Estate Careers, Managing Success, developing the proper Mindset in Business, visit:  - Thank You!  - #8WeekSuccess 


Written and Shared by Key Yessaad, Master Real Estate Strategist, Veteran Real Estate Trainer, Expert SEO Consultant, Internet Marketing Specialist, and Business Mentor/Coach. (910) 538-6610 - 


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