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OneWebLogin.com Tools

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1) Log into a website in just one click.

If you want to log into a website, while you are browsing the internet on Firefox, then all you have to do is click 'Log into this website' or 'OWLogin'.

You will be logged into the website with your personal account, saved into OneWebLogin.com, or a public account.


2) Go to the registration page of a website in just one click.

If you want to register on a website but cannot find the registration page, all you have to do is click 'Register on this website' or 'OWLRegister'.

You will be taken to the website's registration page where you can register on the website and easily save your registration information into OneWebLogin.com.

You do not have to save all your registration information into OneWebLogin.com, you can choose to only save an email address, generated from OneWebLogin.com. You can use this email address to communicate with the websiteso you do not have to register with your personal email address.

3) Send email to people from the website.

If you want to send email to people from the website, all you have to do is click 'Email this website's operators' or 'OWLMail'.

You will be taken to a page where you can send email to a list of contacts from the website.

4) Save link to website

If you want to save or share a link to this website, all you have to do is click 'Bookmark this page' or 'OWLBookmark'.

You will be able to save a public or private link to this website on OneWebLogin.com.

You can view other bookmarks from this website.

You can view bookmarks from your locale or bookmarks saved by users in your locale.

You can view popular and the latest bookmarks.

Go here for more help:
http://www.oneweblogin.com/ff13/help/

Download files:

oneweblogincom-tools-1.1.xpi
oneweblogincom-tools-1.2.0.1.xpi
oneweblogincom-tools-1.3.0.0.xpi




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