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Does stylus work on Firefox?

Does stylus work on Firefox?

Otherwise you can just install styles by other authors from (USO). You can also search for styles for the current site on USO from within the Stylus extension. Stylus browser extension is available for Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers.

Can you use extensions on Firefox?

Extensions add new features to Firefox or modify existing ones. There are extensions that allow you to block advertisements, download videos from websites, integrate Firefox with websites like Facebook or Twitter, and add features included in other browsers, such as translators.

Is Stylish better than stylus?

If you want to change the way that the internet looks, just use Stylus. It is functionally identical to Stylish, apart from the facts that it has never contained any spyware, and is not owned by a company that makes its money by selling your data.

What should I do with the user stylesheet when upgrading Firefox?

Having the userContent.css file in this directory will allow the user stylesheet to not be lost during Firefox upgrades. Firefox adds the userContent.css file on every page, if it exists, so add userContent.css within the chrome directory.

What is Firefox style sheets?

The amazing Firefox web browser allows users to create and include a user stylesheet into each page to allow the user to modify every single web page as necessary. Let me show you how to do it!

What is cssstylesheet in CSS?

CSS style sheets will further implement the more specialized CSSStyleSheet interface. Is a boolean value representing whether the current stylesheet has been applied or not. Returns a DOMString representing the location of the stylesheet.

How do I add a style sheet to a URL?

If the URL contains style information, it is added to the style object. A long that specifies the index that indicates where the new style sheet is inserted in the styleSheets collection. The default is to insert the new style sheet at the end of the collection. A pointer to a styleSheet object.