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Can you use a custom CSS script in Google Chrome?
January 25, 2013 2:34 PM   Subscribe

I have a custom CSS script in a special directory on my computer, for Firefox to read and parse. See: http://floppymoose.com/ Is there a way to do this in Google Chrome, and if so where is the directory to put the CSS script?

I've tried searching but it's really hard to suss out the info between all the results about how to do CSS scripts on web servers.
posted by jcdill to Computers & Internet (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Stylish!
posted by Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug at 2:38 PM on January 25, 2013


(though you might be interested in Adblock Plus (for Chrome and Firefox), which is probably more effective at blocking ads than any CSS tweaks)
posted by Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug at 2:40 PM on January 25, 2013


On Mac, it's ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/User StyleSheets/Custom.css
On Windows, I'd look for a similar set of folders inside AppData.
posted by gregjones at 2:48 PM on January 25, 2013


Stylish works really well!
posted by nosila at 2:55 PM on January 25, 2013


Thanks gregjones!

For those who use stylish, why/how is it better than a custom.css implementation? I first used the custom.css about 10 years ago (when a favored site added ads, not just any ads but really really annoying ones, and I along with thousands of others set out to find a way to block them), and it's worked great all along. My thought was to just stick with what I know, but if stylish offers something better I'd love to know.
posted by jcdill at 3:56 PM on January 25, 2013


I find Stylebot to be much, much better than Stylish. Stylebot, at least, is better than custom CSS because you can make changes in realtime and modify on the fly. This allows you to test things out more easily and tinker and experiment. I know that recently several of the websites that I frequent have made minor or major changes to their sites, which garbled my CSS. Instead of having to go into a custom stylesheet, I click the convenient "CSS" on my browser and have the change done in 5 seconds.
posted by gregoryg at 4:57 PM on January 25, 2013


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