URL in Title
Put the current URL in the webpage's title so that you can see the URL when you hover over the tab.
What is URL in Title?
URL in Title is a Firefox add-on that allows you to see the URL of a tab without clicking on it. It prevents tab loading and loss of work, improving efficiency. The add-on conveniently displays the URL in the tab's title when hovering over it, with no clutter or unnecessary information.
When you have many tabs open at the same time and you want to know what the URL is inside a different tab, your only recourse is to click on it to focus the tab to see the URL.
This is much troublesome if you don't have much RAM because it will load that new tab and your previous webpage may unload, causing loss of work.
This extension will put the URL into the tab's title so that you can have a quick glimpse of the URL when you hover the mouse over the tab.
When you click on the tab, that URL will be hidden again to prevent clutter and so that it doesn't appear when you bookmark the webpage.
Why the big bright blue arrow?
The arrow must be obvious so that you can differentiate between the page title and the URL in one glance as you slide your mouse cursor across the row of tabs.
Where is the "http://"?
This is removed to prevent clutter as it is not important information.
URL in Title is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install URL in Title if you trust the publisher.
URL in Title has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.