Managing Bookmarks in Firefox
Once you have identified the address bar (the area of Firefox where the website URL is displayed) and the “favicon" (the websites icon which is displayed next to the URL), you should be able to start manipulating and dragging the URL to do pretty much whatever you want.
For instance, you might drag the URL to the Bookmarks Toolbar in your browser window to create a quick-access button to open the webpage without entering the address or accessing it from the Bookmarks menu.
You might also drag the URL to the Bookmarks menu and “drop" it, which is a quick way of adding a website to your list of favourites.
The Bookmarks menu will allow you to Bookmark This Page, Subscribe to This Page… and Organize Bookmarks…, and each are great ways to take advantage of Firefox’s bookmark management. Subscribing to a page is idea for pages with RSS feeds, while bookmarking a page will add it to the Bookmarks menu.
Organize Bookmarks… is a particularly useful option which allows the user to sort their bookmarks as needed, adding new folders and separator lines and facilitates easy organization of saved URLs. To save time, URLs can be dragged from folder to folder, making organizing your Firefox Bookmarks quick and easy.