It makes me sad that my soon to be step son will live without ever knowing what Netscape was. If you are feeling nostalgic for the classic browser, you can pick up the N2Scape theme for Firefox.
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Need another simple theme for Firefox? FXOpera will be a great find for you. This great theme mimics some of the sleekness of the Opera theme and gives it a Firefox-like makeover.
Looking for a colorful, yet simple Firefox theme? Tangofox fits the bill and looks good on just about any desktop out there. The theme takes its inspiration from the Tango icons and works them into Firefox flawlessly.
I’ve always been a big fan of the Firefox robot (first released a few Firefox versions ago). I always thought it made for a very impactful background or wallpaper. Now you can turn this iconic image into your Firefox background. The Firefox Robot persona is definitely a persona worth checking out. You can pick it up from the Firefox Add-ons website.
Play a lot of Minecraft? Then you might want to decorate Firefox to match the game a ‘bit more. This persona will let you pretend your browser is a grassy block from the game. Just don’t punch it – I am not sure your monitor would be able to stand up to the abuse.
The theme, 8 Ultimo, is a smooth and dark theme for Firefox. If the default tones of your web browser have got you a little down, you might give this sleek theme a shot.
Would you like for Firefox to look a little more like Maxthon 3? Then look no further than the MX3 theme for Firefox. This theme brings the look of the Maxthon browser to Mozilla. I do have to say, although I have never really liked Maxthon for functionality – it does have a pretty interface.
Looking for a new Firefox theme? You might want to try out Afterglow. While not the prettiest theme I have used, it does have a unique look and comes with a lot of nice customization options to help you make the theme your own, if you like to tweak little things about the browser.
Looking for a shinny new theme for Firefox? The Shine Bright Skin is definitely worth checking out. It gives your Firefox interface a much more polished and shinny look to it. The toolbars all give the appearance of sticking out a ‘bit more than they really do (as if they were popping out at you) while the buttons stay the same or similar to the default Firefox theme.
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 – but if you have the Stylish add-on – you can do a little more customization.
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