Customize Firefox's Menus and Toolbars

How to customize the display menu in Firefox

Mozilla's Firefox browser allows you to add, remove, and rearrange the buttons on the toolbar. You can also customize Firefox's appearance to transform the entire look and feel of the interface.

Information in this article applies to the desktop version of Mozilla Firefox for all operating systems.

How to Customize Firefox Menus and Toolbars

To personalize the Firefox interface to your liking:

  1. Select the hamburger menu in the top-right of Firefox and choose Customize from the drop-down menu.

    Customize in the Firefox menu
  2. Drag-and-drop the available tools where you want them, whether that be on the toolbar or in the overflow menu.

    Drag-and-drop the available tools where you want them, whether that be the toolbar or the overflow menu.
  3. You can also remove or rearrange buttons by dragging-and-dropping. You can even drag the browser's search bar to a new location if you wish.

    You can also remove or rearrange buttons by dragging-and-dropping, or even drag the browser's search bar to a new location.
  4. At the bottom of the screen, check the box beside Title Bar to display the web page title.

    The Title Bar option in Firefox
  5. Select Toolbars, then select Menu Bar and Bookmarks Toolbar in the drop-down menu to reveal the respective toolbars.

    Toolbars options in Firefox
  6. Select Themes, then choose one of the available themes, or select Get More Themes for additional options.

    Themes options in Firefox
  7. Select Density, then choose the layout you desire.

    Density options in Firefox
  8. Select Done to save your changes.

    You can select Restore Defaults to revert all customizations that you have made and return Firefox's interface to its original state.

    The Done button in Firefox customization