How to Change the Title Bar in Firefox


In Firefox, the title bar usually displays the page title or site name of the website displayed in the browser. The title bar sits just above the menu bar and at times, you probably never notice it. However, you can add a little flair to the title bar by inserting custom text or even rebranding the browser with your own tag line. Although Firefox does not offer a built-in feature that allows to you edit title bar text, several free plugins available on the Mozilla website allow you to spice up the title bar by making it more your own.

  • Open Firefox on your computer. Click "Tools," then "Add-ons" on the menu bar.

  • Click the "Learn More" button in the "Get Add-ons" page. A new tab opens in Firefox.

  • Enter "title bar" in the search box and click the arrow button. Select one of the add-ons in the list that allow you to change or customize the text in the Firefox title bar. Highly-rated add-ons that let you do this include "Titlebar Text," "Titlebar Tweaks" and "Customize Titlebar." Click one of the links to open the add-on download page.

  • Click the "Add to Firefox" button on the selected add-on page. Wait for Firefox to download the add-on and display the confirmation window. Click the "Install Now" button.

  • Click the "Restart Now" when prompted. Firefox closes and restarts.

  • Click "Tools," then "Add-ons." Click the downloaded title bar add-on, then click "Options."

  • Click the "Customize Titlebar" or "Edit Titlebar Text" button. Enter the custom text to display in the Title Bar. Click "OK" or "Finish." Restart the browser if prompted.

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