Change the useful (but dull) Firefox's speed dial a.k.a. NewTab (url about:newtab ) 1. Choose your favourite wallpaper, or just change background color. 2. Adjust both the size and position of the grid and thumbnails to use the full screen. 3. Have unlimited amounts of thumbnails by using the scroll function. 4. Maybe add a discrete Firefox logo on empty thumbnails, or keep it clean? It's your decision. 5. Do a Google Search directly from the about:newtab page, or hide the searchbox if you don't like it! 6. Change every single thumbnail's image if you don't like the original. Easy with my templates. 7. If you choose same wallpaper as you use as Windows desktop background... you can together with my theme GlassFox - Australis theme create a seamless illusion of transparency (optional of course). To see how it all may end up, here is one example
Simple Dark scrollbar for Firefox.
A complete theme for Mozilla Firefox
glossy black menus with new firefox button
about:home theme with background options & animated Firefox logo.
----- IMPORTANT ----- - By simply installing this userstyle you won't get the results I show in the pictures. - You will need to install the CTR Addon to pull it off: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/ - You will have to follow the steps showcased in this youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AryrRMt1FD0. Userstyle aimed to make the browsing experience as less possible about the interface and as much as possible about the content with a compact firefox look. - Address bar is retracted to a button (the far left button with a Microsoft-ish Firefox logo) and will expand once the address bar is on focus by either clicking on the button or opening a New Tab. - Reload and Stop button are hidden behind the adress bar button. Hovering over the adress bar will uncover these buttons.
This is the enhanced version with some more killer options like show close buttons on tabs, show menu and show forward button. Still dark, still minimal, still flat. You won't regret!
Make Firefox look like Microsoft's new Edge browser, in Dark mode including sliding (hidden) bookmark bar and context menus.
Hides bookmarks bar by default for more browsing space. Hover cursor over the navbar to slide out the bookmarks bar. Alternatively, press Alt key to show both traditional menu bar along with the bookmarks bar. Mac version link: Firefox Sliding Bookmarks Bar [Mac] Mac (DevEd) Version: Firefox Sliding Bookmarks Bar [Mac - DevEd Dark]
Userstyle created to turn my Firefox theme FT DeepDark's unselected browser tabs + tab bar background (when tabs are on top) translucent. It also turns the selected tab font color into a blue one to improve highlight towards translucent non selected tabs (this color can be changed by editing the style in the Firefox add-ons manager). This style should be used with Firefox on Windows 7 or Vista with aero style enabled. It is also recommanded to use the latest version of FT DeepDark if you want it to look like on the screenshot (by the way the window frame color has to be set in Windows appearance options, this userstyle has no influence on it). Thank you