- Ultra Minimalist UI

This is an update of my earlier style for the latest version of Firefox. Since Firefox now allows you to hide your Menu, Navigation, Bookmarks, Add-On, and Title bars (with the Tabs on Top option), I've collapsed my entire UI to the Tab bar for a truly minimal, clean interface.

With this style installed, you'll see nothing but your tabs and the urlbar. No ugly orange Firefox button, no favicons, no nothing. You'll save on vertical space, too.

To use this style, install Firefox and Stylish. If you already have Stylish, make sure this site is allowed to run JavaScript.

Ultra Minimalist UI
Author WandersFar
License © WandersFar.
Created Jan 14, 2012
Updated Jan 14, 2012
Installs (this week) 4
Installs (total) 2,146
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The first half of the CSS strips out all the odds and ends you can't remove using Firefox's built-in Customize dialog. (Like the Firefox button; the favicons and close buttons on tabs; the history dropdown, go button and star on the urlbar, etc.) If I've gotten rid of something you want, look for it there, and just delete the line you don't want.

The second half is just aesthetics. I've shifted around text to best suit my visual style (I use Kyoto, available here: so you may have to tweak your margin and padding numbers for whatever visual style you're using.

This style looks best on lighter themes. If you're running a dark theme, you may not be able to see your urls or tab titles using the default CSS. In that case, I recommend deleting the following lines with "transparent" in them, so text is more visible against a dark background:

#navigator-toolbox toolbar,
(Can delete these three lines completely, if you don't want a transparent toolbar and transparent inactive tabs.)

(Just delete the "background:transparent!important;" part, you can keep the rest.)



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