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Theme is not covering the full page
I've been looking for a new browser for a while for many reasons. Of the ones I have tried Firefox is the one I like most. However, the theme portion is lacking unless I am doing something wrong. I don't like this blaring white page and only being able to see the theme at the top of the page. Is there something I can do to fix this or is a fix in the works? Sadly, it will be a deal breaker if this is the best I can get. I don't want to mickey mouse anything to make it work. I just want it to work properly (in my eyes) when I choose a theme. Any info on this topic would be helpful. Especially since when looking for a theme I wanted, the majority said they could not be used in my version of Firefox. Which is the newest version there is I assume. Thanks for the help!
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All themes, no matter how fab they look, only show at the top few inches.
There are a range of add-ons to restyle web pages, and one of them might be able to do what you want, but it probably would be in addition to the theme on the "toolbar area" of the browser.
What do you want to see in the "content area" of the browser? For example, do you want to replace a blank white page with a particular background? Do you want the background to appear behind other pages? Obviously readability is a concern with some pages if, for example, you put a starry sky behind them or a color that doesn't contrast well with the page content.