A simple and super lightweight add-on for selecting any color from web pages.
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Tab Colors is a basic add-on for Firefox that allows you to specify background colors for your tabs. Sometimes when you color code things, it makes them easier to work with. You know the green tab is the tab for your social stuff. You know the blue tab is the tab for your work project. This add-on is really great.
A very simple extension for learning web page colors. Copy the RGB or Hex color code of any pixel displayed in your browser to the clipboard (in CSS/HTML format). Less than 40 lines of code. Similar in function to Internet Explorer’s color picker.
If you do a lot of website development or graphic art work, you might find yourself looking for specific shades of colors. The Rainbow Color Tools add-on for Firefox will make that job easier. It extracts the color scheme from any website so you can get a closer look.
Need help distinguishing which tab is which in Firefox? OK, maybe telling where one tab ends and another begins really is not that hard. However, it would help if each tab was colored. ColorfulTabs, one of my favorite add-ons for the Firefox browser – does that with style.
You macho Firefox men of the Web, are you secure enough to use PinkTabs?
Ok sure, the look and feel of this reminds me of Hello Kitty or something else so sweet and nice that it makes me throw up in my mouth a little. I am man enough to admit though, I kind of have started to like the pinkness of it all over time.
My real question is when will somebody copy this idea and make man tabs?