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I currently use Firefox on an Acer laptop with Windows 7. I don't know what happened, but my pages are no longer white. They all have an aqua background now with pink borders and pink is background color for message boxes. This is affecting my pictures now. Pictures are distorted with red running through them. How do I get my white pages back? Please keep in mind that I am technically challenged, so make it easy for me.

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Can you clarify your question. Are these problems only occurring in Firefox or is it all applications. I am asking because if the pictures are distorted, that tends to point to a graphics card/cable problem. – Tog Sep 8 '13 at 16:49

You probably have a Theme enabled. If you click on the Firefox Tab on the top left and then on the Add-ons option you should be presented with the Add-on Manager page where you can enable and disable add-ons. From the menu on the left click on Appearance and check if you have any themes installed. If you do, simply click on the Disable option, which should remove the theme.

I have provided screen-shots for clarification.


Here's what the Add-on Manager page should look like:

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