I use Firefox (if you don't you stink), and I recently downloaded two extensions:
One acts as a CSS editor and the other let's me customize websites by adding my own styles. I used the CSS editor to make a custom stylesheet for SWC, and tried to use the other extension to apply it to SWC.
The problem is that it doesn't work because in my account settings under the "look and feel" section, the other stylesheets (dark blue, pink, green, etc.) over ride my custom style. Is it possible to disable those stylesheets so I can use my own?
Edited By: Phillip Bromley on Year 9 Day 236 13:16
Firefox's Web Developer tool and Greasemonkey might be something that could help you out. Last i looked you can override CSS Stylesheets if you know what your doing though it's been some time since I last messed around with em.
I have the web developer extension, but it only lets me disable it temporarily. If I disable the SWC stylesheet, it'll come back after I refresh the page, or if I leave the page and come back later. What is grease monkey? Would that help me disable the SWC stylesheet indefinitely?
No, because I fail to see a way to go back should I mess up.
Also, it makes me enter the selector, then the class, and the Id one at a time.
And I can't just paste the whole stylesheet which I already completed.