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I want to simplify the Location bar contents.

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In the Location bar : When I go to this support page, I see 'Mozilla Foundation (US)' in Green. When I go to the Hotmail Login page, I see 'Microsoft Corporation (US)' in Green. When I go to the about:config page, I see 'Firefox' in Red.

I just want to see the address, and not the additional information. How can I do this?

Also, in the css file, #PersonalToolbar { -moz-box-ordinal-group: 0 !important ;} does not work to place the bookmark bar on top.

Please help.

In the Location bar : When I go to this support page, I see 'Mozilla Foundation (US)' in Green. When I go to the Hotmail Login page, I see 'Microsoft Corporation (US)' in Green. When I go to the about:config page, I see 'Firefox' in Red. I just want to see the address, and not the additional information. How can I do this? Also, in the css file, #PersonalToolbar { -moz-box-ordinal-group: 0 !important ;} does not work to place the bookmark bar on top. Please help.

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Also, as far as the PersonalToolbar code goes, can't help you there - I don't use the Bookmarks Toolbar at all and have it hidden all the time. I use one un-named folder of "Bookmark Toobar Items" on the Navigation Bar for bookmarklets instead of wasting a whole toolbar. I view my Bookmarks from the Sidebar.

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  • Adobe® Acrobat® Plug-in for Web Browsers, Version 11.0.10
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the-edmeister
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Look for a UserStyle that does what you want. https://userstyles.org/

Then either use Stylish to install that Style or copy the css code to your userChrome.css or userContent.css file.

Tip when using the UserStyle website: When you are viewing a UserStyle page add .css to the URL to see only the css code in the browser window. If you don't have Sylish installed or JavaScript is disabled full or partially for that domain, the hyperlink for "Show CSS" doesn't appear on the page.

Look for a UserStyle that does what you want. https://userstyles.org/ Then either use Stylish to install that Style or copy the css code to your userChrome.css or userContent.css file. Tip when using the UserStyle website: When you are viewing a UserStyle page add '''.css''' to the URL to see only the css code in the browser window. ''If you don't have Sylish installed or JavaScript is disabled full or partially for that domain, the hyperlink for "Show CSS" doesn't appear on the page.
the-edmeister
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Also, as far as the PersonalToolbar code goes, can't help you there - I don't use the Bookmarks Toolbar at all and have it hidden all the time. I use one un-named folder of "Bookmark Toobar Items" on the Navigation Bar for bookmarklets instead of wasting a whole toolbar. I view my Bookmarks from the Sidebar.

Also, as far as the PersonalToolbar code goes, can't help you there - I don't use the Bookmarks Toolbar at all and have it hidden all the time. I use one un-named folder of "Bookmark Toobar Items" on the Navigation Bar for bookmarklets instead of wasting a whole toolbar. I view my Bookmarks from the Sidebar.

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I solved it myself.

I solved it myself.