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Have a Watermark or Theme for Particular Webpages

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Hi I'm wanting to do a live demo on a product in Firefox. I want to simulate logging in a Customer B then Switch to Customer b, each customer has their own URL www.website.customera.com and www.website.customerb.com...

Often in the demo the customer loses track, so I have 2 different Firefoxes, but it'd be great if there was a way for firefox to dynamically bring up a picture (company logo) when I go to each address (I don't own the websites). Anyway this is possible?

Hi I'm wanting to do a live demo on a product in Firefox. I want to simulate logging in a Customer B then Switch to Customer b, each customer has their own URL www.website.customera.com and www.website.customerb.com... Often in the demo the customer loses track, so I have 2 different Firefoxes, but it'd be great if there was a way for firefox to dynamically bring up a picture (company logo) when I go to each address (I don't own the websites). Anyway this is possible?
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Seburo
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Hi

I am not sure how that may be possible, but the simplest way to do this could be to change the theme used in the Firefox toolbar to differentiate between them.

This article will point you to the customise menu, at the bottom of which is a "Themes" option to choose from one of a number of pre-installed themes:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customize-firefox-controls-buttons-and-toolbars

I hope this helps.

Hi I am not sure how that may be possible, but the simplest way to do this could be to change the theme used in the Firefox toolbar to differentiate between them. This article will point you to the customise menu, at the bottom of which is a "Themes" option to choose from one of a number of pre-installed themes: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/customize-firefox-controls-buttons-and-toolbars I hope this helps.
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