Changing the CSS with greasemonkey
November 24, 2005 2:02 AM   Subscribe

Changing the CSS with greasemonkey

I am annoyed by the bad lisibility of popular items in delicious (light blue text over a pink rectangle). How can I apply a different stylesheet to every delicious pages with greasemonkey ?
posted by vincentm to Computers & Internet (1 answer total)
I would say that greasemonkey is not the right tool for that. Just add the desired style rules to your userContent.css file. Use the @-moz-document selector to have them only apply to the desired pages on del.ici.ous.

If you really want to do it with greasemonkey there are much better places to look and ask these questions. But doing it that way is a lot harder, since you first have to get the desired style rules in a javascript variable and then use the DOM to inject it into the site. Why not just write the desired rules directly in your userContent.css file?
posted by Rhomboid at 3:14 AM on November 24, 2005

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