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User Style Sheets

User style sheets allow you to define how Web pages look outside of how the Web page authors define them. For example, you can force all links to have underlines, so they're easier to see, or you could add an icon to mailto links so that you'd know they were going to send email. Or you could change the color of JavaScript links that tells you the link will pop a new window or do something similar.

What is a User Style Sheet and Why Should I Use a User Style Sheet?
User style sheets allow you to control how pages that you visit look. They fix usability issues and can help deal with tags and elements that you might find annoying.

What is a User Style Sheet?
Learn how to control how Web pages look using style sheets on your machine.

How to Write a User Style Sheet for Firefox
Learn how to write and apply a user style sheet for Firefox.

How to Write a User Style Sheet for Internet Explorer for Macintosh
Learn how to write and apply a user style sheet for Internet Explorer for Macintosh.

How to Write a User Style Sheet for Internet Explorer for Windows
Learn how to write and apply a user style sheet for Internet Explorer for Windows.

How to Write a User Style Sheet for Mozilla
Learn how to write and apply a user style sheet for Mozilla.

How to Write a User Style Sheet for Opera
Learn how to write and apply a user style sheet for Opera.

How to Write a User Style Sheet for Safari
Learn how to write and apply a user style sheet for Safari.

Tap the Power of Mozilla's User Style Sheets
This O'Reilly Network article explains some of the many uses of user style sheets and shows you some of the interesting things you can do with Mozilla user style sheets specifically.

Example Rules for User Style Sheets
There are some pretty good ideas on this site for things you can do with user style sheets. It covers both Mozilla and IE user style sheets.

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