Sometimes we get bothered by a website that doesn’t have dark mode, a new social network layout that adds unnecessary content, or we just want to give a different look to a website that we visit frequently. For this, there is a Stylus extension, which promises to solve these problems.
Available to Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera, Stylus is an open source extension that allows you to inject CSS or JS code into any website, allowing you to modify the look and content.
Through the Stylus, it is possible to add codes from websites such as Userstyles, like the Whatsapp Dark Mode, content found on Github as the Github Dark or even create your own code. It is also possible to make more silly modifications, such as changing the YouTube playback bar to the Nyan Cat.
The Stylus also allows the creation of a backup file, which can be saved anywhere on your computer and imported into other browsers.
Did you already know this extension? Do you have a style to recommend? Leave it in the comments!
If you have any questions about technology, or want to share knowledge with the community, Diolinux Plus it is the ideal space for that. Come and be part of our community!
To the next!
Have you seen any errors or would you like to add any suggestions to this article? Collaborate, click here.