Colored Tabs on Firefox
Getting your Firefox tabs colored is not only an aesthetic improvement, but it might actually help your productvity and reduce the eye strain if work all day long browsing back and forth on the Internet.
There are two extensions that will perform this. They are very similar, the only difference is that ChromaTabs assigns colors based on the website hostname (all tabs from the same hostname will have the same color) while ColorfulTabs assigns them randomly.
12 Responses to “Colored Tabs on Firefox”
Do you actually think that could reduce eye-strain Daniel? Have you tried it out?
Might be interesting just to test out and see, my FF does look rather dull.
Byte of Technology
Hey great addon for Firefox….Now firefox looks colorful 🙂
Melt du Plooy
Daniel, not sure if it actually reduces eye-strain, but who cares anyway, the colors are beautiful.
Which of the two do you prefer ?
Yeah the eye strain deal is minimum, but I guess it helps. For instance, if you dont have the colored tabs you would need to read the words on the tabs to identify them. Now you just need to glance at the color. It is faster and easier.
I prefer ChromaTabs. If you have two or more tabs from the same website they will have the same color to it helps to organize when you have a huge number of tabs opened.
I like colorful tabs because it’s easier to see the edges of the tabs (and therefore click on the one you want) especially if you’re also running FaviconizeTab which makes your tabs the width of the Favicon.
Great tip, thanks!
I just wish more people would use favicons, that is how I tell tabs apart the fastest.
Mike, I feel the same way hehe. In fact it is so easy to set a favicon it is strange why people do not use it.
Great article thanks
Good article. My friend was talking about IE8 having colored tabs, so I mentioned these existed. Thanks for the info!
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