Super Mario Bros. 3 Firefox Theme Version 2.6

It is no secret that Super Mario Bros. 3 is my favorite game of all time and that Firefox is my browser of choice. So how do I bring that love for the game and the browser together. Well the answer came with a Firefox theme by freewally called the Super Mario Bros. 3 Firefox Theme Version 2.6. It is a visual mashup of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Firefox that is pure eye candy.

Install instructions for the Super Mario Bros. 3 Firefox Theme Version 2.6:
Download the theme to your desktop from freewally.
Open up Firefox.
Go to Tools/Add-ons/Themes.
Drag the Super_Mario_Bros_3_2_6___Back_by_freewally.jar file on to the Themes window.
Software Installation window will pop up.
Click Install Now.
Super Mario Bros 3 2.6 will show up in the Themes window.
Click Use Theme.
Restart Firefox.
If you want check View/Toolbars/Customize/Use Small Icons to use the pipes toolbar instead of the standard Mario and Luigi toolbar.

Super Mario Bros 3 2.6 – Back by ~freewally on deviantART

AM-DeadLink: Bookmarks Obey

AM-DeadLink will break the disobeying bookmarks that clutter your internet browser. What AM-DeadLink does is simple it will search and locate duplicate bookmarks and give the option of destroying them. AM-DeadLink is freeware and work with Internet Explorer, Opera, Mozilla and Firefox (My current favorite). If that was all it did it would be enough for me because that is what I needed but it does stop there. AM-DeadLink will also go through your bookmarks and check if the links are dead hence the name. Also a little bonus I found great was that it will update your favicons (the icons next to the sight) in the bookmarks. Works as advertised and it is free so what are you waiting for? On a sidenote: AM-DeadLink helped reduce 700 bookmarks to about 300 bookmarks.

Firefox Madness

I have been on a recent Firefox binge thanks to They put up three articles that I have adapted into my Firefox life. The first one is skinning the ‘fox with a theme called Flock. I gives you a feeling of a liquid metal dream after it is installed. The second article is about plugging up a memory leak that Firefox has by moving it to the harddrive. So far so good and it can be installed and uninstalled with no consequences. The last and most beneficial article was adding a custom Firefox search bar for my visitors on my sight (it is located in the sidebar underneath search). You can now have a little piece of Ecliptic Sight while visiting other sights. Now discover Firefox for yourself and join the party.