All-in-one Firefox Theme of Themes

Foxdie Theme for Firefox

The ACE Foxdie theme for Firefox might very well be one of the most creative themes I have seen out there today for the Firefox browser.  Now, that is pretty big praise to give any theme out there for Firefox – but let me tell you why I think this is so.

Once you install this theme for Firefox, you are actually given options on how you want the basic theme to look and feel.  You choose how the buttons look, the appearance of the browser, how it integrates with the rest of your operating system, and you can enable or disable a handful of tweaks.

  • Under the Buttons menu, you select the size, color, shape and texture for the Firefox browser buttons.
  • Under the Appearance menu, you choose how you want the tabs to show up.
  • Under the Miscellaneous menu, you can hide favicons, change the location bar, and tweak with other browser settings.
  • Under the OS Integration menu, you have the choice to choose what font you want to use, or to disable text-shadows in certain places.

You can tell a lot of love went into making this theme fantastic.  Just within this one theme, you have hundreds of different customization options, and nobody’s browsing experience has to be the same.

You can pick up this great theme from the Firefox Add-ons website.

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5 Responses to All-in-one Firefox Theme of Themes

  1. excentric Oct/21 at 3:03 pm #

    This is a great theme. I use Ironman, and like it so much I put it on all three computers. It’s clean and easy on the eyes. The boxes on the nav bar sold it for me.

    • Mitch Oct/22 at 6:52 am #

      I totally agree. I wish more theme authors would go to such lengths to make everything look as good, and seem as polished.

  2. Filipe Palha Oct/23 at 5:04 pm #

    Indeed, the best theme ever built! instant favorite. using it now.

  3. BloggerFather Oct/29 at 10:08 pm #

    One missing button makes a lot of difference: No ability to go back two (or more) pages at a time. Some sites won’t allow you to go back (instead, when you click the left arrow, they will get stuck on the same page), and the only way to go back will be to use the History sidebar. Strange that they put so much thought into the design but neglected that one simple button.

    • Filipe Palha Nov/07 at 11:04 pm #

      if you right-click on it you CAN chose where go back.