It’s hard to believe it but Learn Firefox turned one year old on December 25th! With nearly 200 articles, the site has turned into the place to go for those who are just learning all about Firefox. It’s also a great place to go when you’re looking for a tutorial on a new extension or when you’re in need of a new theme and you’d like to see what it looks like before downloading. Learn Firefox has come a long way in just a year, and Ryan and I are certainly happy with the work that the author of the site, Chris Rossini, has put into it.
Chris came to us about a year ago with his idea of creating a place where people could go to learn all about his favorite browser, Firefox. At the time that he approached us, he had already created a site called “Learning Firefox” on a WordPress account where he had seven articles that provided a visual guide. We liked his idea of helping people learn Firefox through the use of images and eventually the name was changed to “Learn Firefox” and switched over to the CyberNet domain where it’s been since. Along with all of the great content that has been added to the site over the last year, there was also a major over-haul in the design back in September.
I think many of you will agree that Firefox is a great browser, but using it to its full potential takes some time and learning. This is where Learn Firefox comes into play because it helps users learn the ropes by providing the step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow. Please feel free to subscribe to the RSS Feed or pass it on to friends and family. At least one new tutorial is posted each week, but of course there’s the whole list of tutorials that have already been created which you can sift through.
Happy Birthday Learn Firefox, here’s to another great year!