I need a FireFox toolbar/button that when clicked, records the page & domain of the current webpage and allows the user to enter some information about that page (5-10 fields). When the user goes back to that page, the information is displayed again and can be edited. The information should be stored on my webserver under a login (multiple computers can use the same login at one time for group collaboration) ----ADDITIONAL INFORMATION----- I want the information added when the user clicks on the toolbar. A little window should either pop up or drop down out of the toolbar requesting the information. The same window can display the information again when the user returns to the site. Here's what I will use it for: I visit a site that looks like a site that would link to me (for SEO purposes) and I send them an email or submit to a add-me form. I then want to track that I have already submitted to this site, what email address I emailed to, the title of the page, and any other information a user might want to add. The important thing is that if I go to a site that I have marked as a visited site, I want the toolbar to warn me when I arrive on the page by lighting up, flashing etc. Something generally non intrusive but visible. At any time, the user should be able to log into the website and see a sortable list of all the sites she added, the date added, etc.
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