Firefox 3.5’s new tab button has already been established as a feature some people like and some people could do without. However, what if you could tweak it visually to meet your needs? That is what some people have done, and here are the eight most popular new tab button hacks out there today. Please […]
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Have you ever looked at a web page and thought to yourself, “it would look better if I could only move this over there, or change the color of that or..” well, there are a lot of things you could change about a lot of the Web’s most popular web sites. One tool for Firefox […]
Since the recent Facebook re-design, there are not many themes or skins out there that work with it. However, I have found one that is fully compatible and (for some) a much more pleasant viewing experience, the Vista Ultimate Skin for Facebook. Vista Ultimate Skin for Facebook – Want to make Facebook look a ‘bit […]
Tired of looking at an empty screen when you load your new tab up? Well, thanks to the Stylish extension and a few creative people, you can make the about:blank page a little better looking. First step would be to install the Stylish add-on for Firefox. Once you have done that, click on one of […]
I enjoy using the Stylish extension to make a lot of little edits to various web sites I visit around the web. The biggest would probably be Gmail – and I would rather not lose all the user style edits I have done just in case the worst might happen. The other day I was […]
People love to change the way Firefox looks. Changing the appearance of the browser is one of the many reasons many people love using Firefox. However, have you tried some of these most popular appearance add-ons for Firefox? Here are the ones ranked highest in popularity by Mozilla themselves.
Need to stay up to date with the latest and greatest information? Thankfully Firefox has a lot of great add-ons that can help you stay on top of everything from email to coupons. I have been working hard over the past few weeks to compile a list of 24 of the best alert add-ons I […]
I’ve mentioned the FXChrome theme for Firefox in the past, but I haven’t looked at it in a while. They have moved away from being just another Google Chrome clone and have done some really interesting things worth checking out. The default theme still has a great looking clean interface like the Google Chrome browser […]
One thing that sort of bugs me about Firefox is there is no real way to tell the difference between your active tab and your non-active tabs, other than a slight change in the background color. The User Style, FF3+ Increase active tab minimum width, will allow you to increase the minimum width of the […]