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Changing the title text displayed on Firefox's about:home Tab - SOLVED

edited October 2019 in Style Requests [?]
I want to change the tab title text that is displayed on the about:home page tab in Firefox.

I am trying to use the pseudo element :after to replace the text.

I obtained some code that works for changing text in another area (a richlist), but I am unable to identify the correct container to use for changing the tab title on about:home.

Here is the code I've got that successfully changes the display name for an extension on Firefox's Add-ons page :

richlistitem[name="Dorando keyconfig"] .name-container:after { content: "Key Config"; font-size: 1.155em; margin-left: -11px !important; } richlistitem[name="Dorando keyconfig"] .name { font-size: 0; margin-right: 0; }

Can the above CSS be adapted so that it changes the tab title text on the about:home tab?

Comments

  • edited October 2019 [?]
    Try this:
    .tabbrowser-tab[label="Mozilla Firefox Start Page"] .tab-text {
    font-size: 0;
    }
    .tabbrowser-tab[label="Mozilla Firefox Start Page"] .tab-text::before {
    content: "[your text]"; font-size: 12px;
    }
  • This is perfect. It works like a charm!

    Comparing this code to my previous (richlist) example gives me a better understanding of how it works now. I was pretty much just guessing before (based on that one example that I had), but now I can adapt the concept and use it again in future.

    You have also helped me a couple of the times in the past with some other really great answers, for which I am very grateful.

    Thanks!
  • You're welcome.
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