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Remove Colors and Background Images in Webpages

Do you prefer to have clean and gentle looking webpages to look at when browsing the internet? Now you can easily change how websites look in Firefox with the No Color extension.

Before

For an example we decided to visit the Mozilla Add-ons website. Here is the pre-extension look…lots of blue color and definitely some background images in use.

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After

And here is the same page after installing the extension…there is a very noticeable difference. One click and it looks like a whole new website… Notice that the links are still easily visible though…

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Just for fun we tried it out on the website here too. The No Color extension really stripped the navigation and sidebar areas down.

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Options

The options are extremely simple to sort out and focus on the method of access that best suits your personal needs.

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Choose Your Access Method

Here is the “Status Bar Icon” & the “Toolbar Button” for the No Color extension.

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All three access methods shown at the same time…this extension is very easy to integrate into your personal browser UI setup.

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Conclusion

If you like having clean gentle looking webpages to browse through, then the No Color extension will definitely make a huge difference in how all of your favorite websites look.

Links

Download the No Color extension (Mozilla Add-ons)

Download the No Color extension (Extension Homepage)

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 12/3/09

Comments (3)

  1. nakul

    I would really love this extension if it has the option of maybe changing the color to something dark instead of making it full white, full white background just isn’t good for eyes when working for long on pages having white backgrounds.

  2. Buzzfriendly

    Great extension. Is there way to add it to the right click context menu?

  3. nakul

    @Buzzfriendly: install the “Menu Editor” addon and you can get any command from the menus on top in your context menu :)

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