NoDoFollow is a Mozilla Firefox addon which Highlights links in a document and color codes them according to follow / nofollow.  It’s used quite a bit in my office but the author hasn’t released updated version compatible with Firefox 4 or Firefox 5. So when I installed latest Firefox version 5.0.1, there were quite a few protests from the minions. So I modified the NoDoFollow to make it work with Firefox 5.

Download it from this link: http://www.jjamwal.in/dl/nodofollow.xpi
Open the XPI file from Firefox’s Open menu and it’ll be installed.  

In case, you want to know how it’s done, read on.
There isn’t much to it. XPI files are just ZIP files with modified extensions. All one needs to do is unzip the file into a folder and open install.rdf file in a text editor. Find and modify the following line em:MaxVersion=”3.6″
Replace 3.6 with any version number of Firefox you want. I changed it to 6.6. :p
After that, all you need to do is to create a zip up these files in to an archive again and change the extension to XPI from ZIP. Take care of not zipping the folder in which you extracted the files. The archive should be of content structure as it is.

Tarmak007 — A bold blog on Indian defence: DRDO hopes to impress Army with Prahaar punch; dem…: “if one were go by what insiders tell Tarmak007 then Prahaar is an extremely cost-effective missile. It will be much cheaper than the BrahMos cruise missile. Since it uses solid propulsion systems, it will be on a ready-for-launch-mode any time. There won’t be any storage issues and the missile will be completely maintenance-free, taking it out of the periodic-checking issues. Load it on to a Canister system and fire it!
Being a road-mobile system, Prahaar can hit multiple targets at a time with the canister able to hold a maximum of 6 missiles. “All components and critical systems for this missile are available in India and it can be produced in large numbers at very short notice making it extremely cost-effective,” sources said.
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