Creating a Skin for Mozilla
This feature is obsolete. Although it may still work in some browsers, its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time. Try to avoid using it.
In order to create a skin for mozilla, you will need to know three things. How to edit images, extract zip files, and how to modify CSS. Mozilla uses standard gif, png, and jpeg images for the buttons and CSS to style everything else in the interface.
What is a skin?
A skin does not totally change the interface, it just defines how it looks. You cannot change what happens when the user right clicks on an image, but you can change the look of the right click menu (Make it blue with pink polka dots, for example). If you want to change the functionality of Mozilla, you'll have to look into modifying the chrome. That is beyond the scope of this document.
- Getting Started
- Jar File Installer Utility (provided by Neil Marshall)
- Frequently Asked Questions
Original Document Information
- Author: Neil Marshall
- Other Contributors (Suggestions/Corrections): Brent Marshall, CDN (http://themes.mozdev.org), JP Martin, Boris Zbarsky, Asa Dotzler, WeSaySo, David James, Dan Mauch
- Last Updated Date: Jan 5th, 2003
- Copyright Information: Copyright 2002-2003 Neil Marshall, permission given to Devmo to migrate into the wiki April 2005 via email.
- Original Location: http://www.eightlines.com/neil/mozskin