How to Auto Load Next Page In Chrome and Firefox
If you are a heavy internet user who spends lot of time browsing the web, its inevitable that you have to click through lots of links for website navigation. These type of excessive use can cause repetitive strain injury (RSI) which can affect your hand and wrist. To make your web browsing more simple and easy you can prevent these type of repetitive clicking with the help of browser extension.
FastestChrome is a chrome extension that reduce the need of clicks while you are browsing websites by loading the next page automatically. It makes Endless Pages of a website by loads the next page automatically just before you reach the end, so you don't have to click "Next" or wait for the page to load. You can also look up definitions instantly from Google and Wikipedia by highlighting any word of a website. It can also automatically copy highlighting text and turns text URLs into links so you don’t have to copy and past it to open the web link. Get FastestChrome for Chrome and FastestFox for Firefox.
AutoPager is another Chrome and Firefox add-on which automatically loads the next page of a site inline when you reach the end of the current page for infinite scrolling of content. By default AutoPager works with a ton of sites, including Lifehacker, the New York Times, Digg, eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, YouTube, flickr, live, msn, myspace, wikipedia, ebay,taobao,Twitter and, of course, Google.
AutoPager asks you whether to enable auto paging for certain website you are visiting. AutoPager need rules to make it work. AutoPager will not work any site if there are no rules for that site. You can get the rules on AutoPager online repository. AutoPager lite mode need you to manually enable rules from rules repository. You can easily create your own rules to tell AutoPager how to load your pages. Please follow our tutorials to create new rules. Get AutoPager for Chrome and Firefox.