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Christmas Firefox Themes

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It’s December, and with the holidays just around the corner it is time to spruce up your browser to help spread the Christmas cheer! What you need are some Christmas Firefox themes to get the ball rolling while you put up the decorations around the house. And we’ve got you covered in that department!

–Tinseltown–
I’m just in awe at how well this Firefox holiday theme is designed. It looks really good, and is sure to get people in the holiday spirit when they see you using it. And the developer of the skin went to long lengths to skin many of the different areas in Firefox, including the Options and menus…

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Get Firefox ready for Christmas

Christmas is approaching fast and you can customize Firefox to match your spirit is many fun ways.

If you are really impatient and want to get even more, get Countdown Clock, a Firefox extension developed by Frederic Mercille that lets you set a target date and add a countdown clock to Firefox’s status bar. You can customize words to put before or after the actual remaining time and a message to display the big day.

Now it’s time to dress Firefox properly.

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