Today I stumbled over a cool collection of Firefox Themes @kainth56‘s blog. Though I knew Firefox supports themes, I had never given it a real try. I always thought that Themes doesn’t add any productivity, then why bother, but I am about to be proven WRONG.
The collection had the Chromifox Firefox Theme which was too good to resist. It’s a Firefox mod that looks like Google Chrome. I was on Opera then, (I use opera for normal browsing and Firefox for Blogging and Designs), and so I downloaded the theme onto my desktop. But hey, how to install the theme? I tried opening the theme file, in Firefox (File > Open File) but that didn’t work. To install plugins that you downloaded, you just have to open it using the File menu, but with the theme it didn’t work, don’t know why.
To install a Firefox Theme:
- Download the theme File (probably a .jar file)
- In Firefox, go to Tools > Add-ons > Themes
- Drag and drop the theme file there!
The Chromifox Theme looks awesome; finally the workplace has something new into it. I was wrong when I thought, Themes add nothing to productivity. It does make Firefox look new and interesting. I can’t take my eyes off from Firefox now 🙂
Checkout the collection of some cool themes and give your Firefox a new look!