The one feature that IE has that I miss is you can't right-click a web page, choose 'View source' and edit the HTML. You can view the source, and since the syntax is highlighted in different colours it's a lot clearer than in IE, but you can't edit it. Unless someone knows a workaround???
Otherwise I much prefer Firefox over IE. No problems with online banking (Nationwide).
Thanks Octal. Yes I could do as you say, but it's easier to find the .HTML file with Windows Explorer then edit it in Notepad.
One problem with using View Source in IE and editing the HTML page is that if you forget that it's a live webpage on a web server and edit it in Notepad then save it, you can do this, but the saved info is lost since it's a temporary file. I occasionally used to think I was editing one of my HTML files on my C drive, not realising I was viewing the one on the website, so all the changes I made were lost.
You can get that theme if you go to Tools, Themes and in the box which opens click on get more themes, the one you're looking for is Plastikfox SVG It matches the rest of my system which is based on the Linux KDE theme. This is the direct link:
jz probably wants to further their knowledge of HTML by seeing how its done on working web sites, I do the same if I see something interesting or I'm not sure how to do something. Web sites are a great resource for codes, why re-invent the wheel?