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New Firefox Themes

Posted By On March 9, 2007 @ 2:07 PM In Using The Internet | Comments Disabled

Q:
Have there been any new Firefox themes added to the list recently? I’ve been wanting to change mine for awhile now, but I wanted to see if there were any new ones first. Please inform me!

A:
Well, let me tell you what. You’ve come to right place, because it just so happens that Firefox has welcomed a few additions to their theme list just recently. And when I say recently, I mean just in the last week. Since the beginning of March 2007, Firefox has added five new themes that you can now choose from. With those and all the others Firefox already had, your options are pretty much endless! Let’s take a look at the new “Fab Five!”

1.) iPox – This is the newest addition to the Firefox theme list, as it just came out yesterday (March 6, 2007). This one was developed by TwisterMc and it’s a very “easy on the eyes” type of theme. Its basic colors are white and blue and it’s just a very laid back theme for Firefox. It works with Windows, Macs and Linux. Click here [1] for more details on iPox and to install it for yourself.

2.) MidnightFox – This theme was introduced on March 3, 2007 and it was also designed by TwisterMc. MidnightFox is more of a dark colored theme, but it also has brightly colored buttons to contrast with the darkness. If you don’t like to look at dark colors all the time, you may not want to download this theme. This one also works with Windows, Macs and Linux. Visit this here [2]. You’ll see a listing for the most popular themes and by clicking either of the More links, you will have many, many more to choose from. Go find your favorite theme today!

~ Erin


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[1] here: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1790/

[2] here: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/themes/