Alternative to Chrome extension Stylish

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  1. ribbon macrumors member

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    #1
    Hello,

    I have been reading that Chrome is supposed to cause issues with the battery performance, and a lot of people recommend switching back to Safari. The thing is, that one of the extensions I really like in Chrome is Stylish: it allows you to customize a website by loading another CSS file. For example, if there's a CSS element in a website called "#container" that I would like to display with a red background, I could achieve this with that extension, so everytime I load that website, the "#container" element would be displayed with a red background.

    Is there anyway to do the same thing in Safari?

    Thank you!
     
  2. Weaselboy Moderator

    Weaselboy

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    #2
    http://canisbos.com/quickstyle

    Take a look at the Safari extension Quickstyle. It allows you to customize CSS like you want. I use it quite a bit to get fonts like I want them on different sites. But if you know your way around CSS, you can use it like you mentioned.
     

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