Light is a word of many meanings. It could be the lightest in color or the lightest in its impact on the interface of your browser. I have done my best to find the lightest popular Firefox 3 themes that would fit into either dictionary definition.
Whitehart – I never did use this theme until I was looking for a simple one for my Kubuntu install of Firefox on my laptop. Haven’t looked back since! Very sleek, light and simple.
Chromiefox – Now I am not usually a big fan of the knock-off themes, but I do have to say the Google Chrome interface is pretty nice. Bring it to Firefox with this download.
Qute – An old one, but still a good one. Qute is simple and unobtrusive with clear, colorful icons.
Aero Silver Fox – Silver counts as a light color, right? Just like it’s cousin on our darkest popular themes list (Aero Fox) this theme deserves a spot too.
iFox Graphite – When coming up with this list, I made myself a promise before I started – only include one Mac-looking theme. All Apple inspired themes are light, so here is the one I picked.
Full Flat – This may be the lightest and simplest theme out there for Firefox today. Full Flat keeps it simple, but if you enjoy minimalistic and flat browsing, here you go.
hmmXP – Based on the hmmXP theme for Windows by Fugacious, hmmXP for Firefox 3 uses simple, flat and small icons, and does away with gradients and rounded corners.
iPox – There is no doubt that iPox is an easy on the eyes, white and blue theme for Firefox. One of the best examples of creativity and originality by far.
Naver – If you can use green and make a simple theme, you are my new best friend. A new theme on the block, Naver ads just a hint of color and then keeps the rest pretty simple.
Which theme from the light side is your favorite? Why do we love or hate the lighter themes out there today? Let me know what you think. Also don’t forget to check out the darkest popular themes for Firefox too.