There are more than 250 themes available for Firefox. You can find all of them here. If you want to “Christianize” your browsing experience, I recommend that you use the Bible Fox theme. As you can see in the screenshot, the icons used in this theme are familiar Christian symbols (fish, dove, cross, church, etc). This theme is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It is compatible with Firefox 3.0.
Ubuntu Christian Edition users do not have to install this skin because Bible Fox is the default Firefox theme of their distro. It might interest you to know that this theme averages more than 8,000 downloads per week.
The latest stable version of Firefox is out now. Click here to download the best browser on the planet and be part in making a Guinness World Record today.
I have two Linux boxes – one runs Ubuntu 8.04 and the other Fedora 9. In Ubuntu, all I have to do is to let the Update Manager do the job. In Fedora, on the other hand, I have to download and install Firefox 3.0 manually. Well, at least my “yum update” command did not yield any Firefox upgrade (I wish Livna were that fast in updating its repository). And since I am too lazy to go through all the process of installing from a Tarball, I tried to look for RPM packages. I found the Firefox 3 packages for Fedora 9 here. Here are the direct links to the packages:
Firefox-3.0-1.fc9.i386.rpm (24775 KB)
Firefox-3.0-1.fc9.src.rpm (36096 KB)
Firefox-3.0-1.fc9.x86_64.rpm (24329 KB)
Firefox wants to set a Guinness World Record for the most software downloaded in 24 hours on June 17, 2008. And I have just pledged to download my most favorite browser to help make it come true. As of this writing, 876,074 people from all corners of the globe have already vowed to download Firefox 3 on Download Day.
You too can make your pledge by clicking here. I am writing this post using Firefox 3 Beta 5 running on OpenSuse 11 RC1 and I can attest to the fact that Firefox really gives you “increased security, blinding speed and cool new features that will change the way you use the Web.” Firefox is absolutely free, no strings attached.
If you want to watch a demo of the features of Firefox 3, please click here. If you want to know what else you can do to help spread Firefox, visit this page.