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|Technology - Software|
|Saturday, 20 February 2010 01:00|
If you are someone who quickly tires of the appearance of Web services, such as the Facebook, there is a solution for change, although the subject "is tricky" as we know Facebook does not natively support themes.
So? So always be Firefox and its great extensions. The I bring this time is called Stylish and basically serves to modify the design of any site such as Facebook.
Once installed the extension you only have to spend the web Userstyles.org where to find assortment of topics, among other sites, Facebook, choose the ones you like best and put it to work through Stylish. It is the perfect solution but it's something.
Via: Punto Geek