Take Back the Web with Stylish

ExtensionStylish is an extension for Firefox/Flock and Thunderbird by Jason Barnabe (np) that lets you manage CSS rules to change the appearance of web sites. It can even change the appearance of the application (Firefox/Flock/Thunderbird) itself.

Stylish is to CSS what Greasemonkey is to JavaScript. Stylish allows you to easily manage user styles for the application UI, all websites, or only certain websites. Stylish is better than using userChrome.css/userContent.css because styles are applied immediately instead of requiring a restart.

I’ve been using Stylish since its first released. Previously, I used Custom User Style Editor — a module in Shimoda Hiroshi‘s Context Menu Extensions — and Cskinner — a Greasemonkey script by Matt Labrum — to change the appearance of web sites.

Stylish is also best for blocking hiding ads on the web sites. It works better than Greasemonkey or RIP, because Stylish hides ads even before the page is fully loaded. After using Stylish for about two months, I removed RIP permanently.

What they said about Stylish?



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2 Responses to “Take Back the Web with Stylish”

  1. SiRio Says:

    So, you’re definitely choosed this for Extended Finalists huh!?


  2. LouCypher Says:

    Yup! And I’m not alone

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