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Google Gmail is a great email account service which, as we all know, lets you manage, organize, receive and send your e-mails (it also allows you to store your data). It is simple, fast, secure in most cases but quite boring with its plain, white theme which doesn’t provide any fun while reading your daily e-mails. If you are fed up with Gmail white theme, here is a nice Firefox add-on which turns your G e-mail account into something  new, unique and stylish. Its name is Better Gmail. This add-on, apart from adding a nice skin to your Gmail, provides it with new and exciting features such as: hierarchical labels, macros, file attachment icons, and more. The way it works is very simple. In fact, what Better Gmail does is load a CSS code over  Gmail to change the look of the website. The code doesn’t mess with any Google code of course, but it just changes the appearance of the Gmail website you are browsing. If you want to know more, visit the official website here. If instead you want to download the add-on right away, here is the link.




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2 Comments to “Change Google Gmail theme with Better Gmail”

  1. Web Talk Says:

    Hello Kim,
    I dont know what happened with betterGmail and your computer but on mine it works fine! Thanks for your compliments about my blog’s theme. I didn’t make it though. I wish I could! If you want to know more about the making of Web Talk, read this posts: http://www.webtlk.com/2008/05/16/web-talk-got-a-new-skin-thanks-to-creat8d/

    thanks for stopping by!

  2. Kim Woodbridge Says:

    I tried that gmail theme but ended up having a little bit of trouble with it. I liked the way it looked but there was a conflict with a greasemonkey script or something else I was running. I haven’t tried it since – I’m sure it’s been updated so maybe I will try it again.

    I love you site design – did you make it?


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