Change default background color in Safari?

Chabba

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Jul 17, 2011
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Is there a way to change the default background color when linking to an image within Safari?
To clarify, here's a screenshot of a man looking at 300 pounds of ham on a bed. It's a direct link to an image and not a proper web page. I want to change the default white to something else, like gray (#939393) or black (#000000). Is there a way to do this?
 

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1) Why are you looking at pictures of 300 pounds of ham? Never mind. I don't judge. ;)

2) Has Apple ever offered this kind of customization? No. There is no way and any hack, if it exists, could cause stability issue.
 
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Chabba

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Jul 17, 2011
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1) Why are you looking at pictures of 300 pounds of ham? Never mind. I don't just. ;)

2) Has Apple ever offered this kind of customization? No. There is no way and any hack, if it exists, could cause stability issue.
...because ham!

Apple hasn't offered this customization, but a ton of things can be customized within OS X, which is why I asked.
 
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