Searching is one of the basic activities on internet, but whenever we talk about searching on web the first thing that pop-ups in our mind is Google. But apart from Google if you want to search something or search a keyword within a webpage then there are other options as well. Chrome and Firefox lacks a bit on the option front when it comes to searching a webpage. So today I will be reviewing two add-ons that will aid you in enhancing in-page search options of your browser.
Find All [Mozilla FireFox]
First up Find All add-on for Google Chrome, it doesn’t offer that much of the options but it surely is pretty useful. Once you are done installing it, a button will appear on the Find Bar of Firefox. This particular Firefox add-on is for users who want to search words within a webpage without scrolling through the entire page.
Find All user interface is very much customizable, you can set a hotkey for it like Enter button. Plus you can customize how the keywords are highlighted or how they are traced.
efTwo [Google Chrome]
Next in line is efTwo for Google Chrome, after installing the add-on you just have to hit ‘F2’ key or punch ‘F’ key twice to start searching within a webpage. It is a great add-on that supplements Google’s Chrome’s inherent search ability.
It not only highlights the pin-point keyword but it also includes the other words aswell. For example, if you are searching for a word ‘Blog’, the search will not only return the exact word rather it also includes words like ‘Blogging’ and ‘Bloggers’.
The add-on has two built-in settings that are easily configurable, users can also turn OFF the hotkey for efTwo and can also be set to remember the search term. You can download efTwo from Google Chrome web store.