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Force website background

Changing the background of a website to your liking
 
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Sometimes the background of a website is making reading of the text totally unreadable. This might be like when the background would be black and text most horrible gothic white or red. There are some features to change the font, but having a possibility to force the background for your liking with it would help a lot.
Thrust, Apr 21 2017

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       We assumed from the title that this would be an image of Yoda, or Obi-Wan, or maybe Emperor Palpatine ... this is somewhat disappointing.
8th of 7, Apr 22 2017
  

       If you're talking about computer browsers, most of them allow you to set up your own css style sheet to override ones of sites you visit. I don't know about mobile.
tatterdemalion, Apr 22 2017
  

       On desktop, this is easily accomplishable on most websites by using userstyles. I don't know much about the mobile userstyle situation either; as far as I know, most mobile browsers don't support extensions.
notexactly, Apr 26 2017
  
      
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