How do I resize the Firefox home page, so that it has very little white area and mostly background persona?
I like the personas, and I would like to see them as the total background, with just a small white box in the middle for Mozilla Firefox's home page. Right now I just see a small strip of the persona on top and a very narrow strip on the bottom, with a Mozilla Firefox logo in a huge white box - not useful and not nice to look at.
Is there a way to change the dimension of the big white box (like moving the dimension of a text box in Word)?
Re: How do I resize the Firefox home page, so that it has very little white area and mostly background persona?
Add extra empty toolbars if you want to see more of the persona.
You can create new toolbars in View > Toolbars > Customize
You have to place something on a toolbar (drag a Space on it) before closing the Customize window as empty toolbars are automatically removed.
You can also create one toolbar (name: PersonaFiller) via "View > Toolbars > Customize" and put a single Space item on it and use code in userChrome.css to set a min-height for that toolbar.
If you do not want to see that toolbar to get more website space then you only need to remove one check-mark via the right-click context menu on that toolbar.