Very Firefox, such transparent. Wow. Works well on both light and dark backgrounds! (Windows Vista or Windows 7 required) UPDATED to work on new versions of Firefox!
choose a background or add your own.
a about:Home page for Mozilla Firefox Complete theme: Nightly Fox Other styles: - theme - Nightly Fox - about:newtab - Nightly Fox Settings:
Modern tabs for Firefox Australis theme. Gives Firefox a native Windows application look. Active tab and toolbar are slightly greyed out to match Windows File Explorer's Ribbon colour. Perfect if you use white window borders.
Makes your new tab look more fresh and modern
Center the tab title in Firefox for Windows (like OS X).
The font used is Open Sans, dl it here. ~ I used this method to make the url all the same color. ~ I recommend not using the titlebar option (in Customize) and then use AHK to hide the titlebar/window buttons.
Thunderbird tabs without curves and gradients
Liqube Night style A nice balance of dark backgrounds and medium bright text for late-night surfing. Usually pretty easy on the eyes, especially when you've been in a darkened room for a while. Effectively prevents sudden white flashes ;) Images are slightly dimmed as well. Let me know if like this or if you find it useful :) Thanks Recent updates: - incorporated input fix posted at the Javanese blog - Thanks! - handling background color for about:blank and fixed Google text input field - images slightly less opaque which is easier on the eyes. - color updates, fixed bright borders I recommend using this style in combination with a Firefox theme called "NASA Night Launch". You might also want to check out my other styles: Liqube Day - takes some strain off the eyes during day-time Liqube Printable - great for printing in black and white Enjoy!
Gmail - Dark Shiny Blue, transparency **Note** this style needs a complete overhaul, so I will do so when I get the chance. Created by modifying and tweaking code from these original themes: -Dark Gmail (New Gmail) by srazzano -painted black - google + gmail (Nov2007) (ALL) theme by whatrevolution