Spook Up Firefox this Halloween with Personas
Article by George Norman
On 30 Oct 2009
Tomorrow is the last day of October, or October 31st, the day when everybody dresses up in spooky outfits and celebrates All Hallows’ Eve. People prepare for Halloween by hanging up all sorts of spooky decorations and by picking a spooky outfit to wear at the Halloween party. Now if you’re going to spook up your home, you might as well spook up your browser as well.

Thanks to Personas, a collection of Firefox skins, you can bring the Halloween spirit to your browser. All you have to do is install the Personas add-on, select a Halloween inspired design and enable it. It’s a process that should take no time at all

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“Bring Halloween to your browser by selecting from over 40 different community-created persona designs. And if you don’t have Personas installed, get it in less than 60 seconds and begin asking yourself: What will my Browser be this Halloween?” commented on behalf of the Personas Development Team, Suneel Gupta.

You can get Firefox Personas here or here.
You can view all the Halloween-inspired Personas
here.

About Firefox Personas
Launched back in April, Personas is a collection of skins that you can use to modify the way the Firefox browser looks. There is a large offering of artist-created designs that you can take advantage of – why just the other week Mozilla announced that it welcomed the 30,000th design to the Personas gallery. That is quite an impressing growth, considering that when Personas was launched it features 500+ designs. If that isn’t enough, you can always design your own skin and share it with the multitude of Firefox users out there.

Firefox 3.0 and Firefox 3.5 users need to install the Personas add-on. Firefox 3.6 users will not have to install a thing, because Personas will come built into the browser.



Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, Personas, Halloween
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