If you bookmark a lot of websites & love to save important webpages as bookmarks, it’s always a good idea to have them backed them up somewhere. The best backup place, of course, is the Internet where all your bookmarks stay safe from any possible hardware failures that may cripple your PC.
We are going to How to effectively backup and synchronize your bookmarks in Mozilla Firefox, one of the most widely used web browsers.
Delicious for all!
Delicious is no stranger to us, being the largest online bookmark organizing and sharing service. Meanwhile, Delicious also offers official add-ons for Firefox and Internet Explorer that keep the bookmarks in your browser and your Delicious account completely synchronized. If you’re using another browser, simply grab the Bookmark on Delicious bookmark-let and use it to save bookmarks in your Delicious account (rather than your browser).
You can add Inforids.com on delicious.
Of course, Delicious isn’t the end of the world, and you can choose from various other options if you want to. Read on!
We all love Firefox. With over 6000+ add-ons and counting, there are always more than one ways to get something done with this browser. And backing up bookmarks is no exception.
Like IE, manually backing up bookmarks in Firefox is dead simple.
Xmarks (previously Foxmarks) is a solid add-on that can sync your bookmarks and even passwords across multiple PCs. In addition, Xmarks can suggest tags for new bookmarks, and show information about your visited sites based on this bookmark database.
Xmarks is also available as Foxmarks for IE 6 / 7 and Safari 3(Mac OS X only), though with significantly less features.
How do you organise, backup and sync your bookmarks? Let us know your techniques. Say in the comments.