Adding the Red Background to No Follow Links Firefox

When I upgraded to Firefox I lost the red highlights over the nofollow links. I liked the ability to see what links were nofollow and what links passed page rank.

The solution to adding the red highlights is pretty simple.

First download and activate the add-on located below.


Then go to Tools - Chrome Edit Plus - Chrome Edit

Select the userContent.css tab and paste the code

a[rel~="nofollow"] {
border: thin dashed firebrick ! important;
background-color: rgb(255, 200, 200) ! important;

You'll probably have to restart fire fox. Once you do, you should see a pink background on all no follow links.


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4 Responses to “Adding the Red Background to No Follow Links Firefox”

  1. saturday fishin Says:

    any ideas on how to watch music videos after downing firefox my media player doesnt seem to work and nothing i try or download seems to help any thoughts.

    by the way sorry about getting off subject

    saturday fishin,

  2. Brent Crouch Says:

    Hi Saturday Fishin,

    It seems I had the same problem a few months ago when I first installed fire fox. I belive all you need to do is install the WMP fire fox plugin. You can download and install it at this link.

    Let me know if this does the trick.

    Good Luck,

    Brent Crouch

  3. saturday fishin Says:

    great just downloaded it and i watched freaks music video on vid zone
    it had a wonderful picture and sound thanks.

    i will be useing this often with my dvd’s and cd’s as well.

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