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Styling HalfBakery

Let's apply CSS to have better view of our beloved site
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Hi, How about each user can apply his/her CSS or can choose from the selected one to have a personal view of the site? CSS can be stored somewhere on the web
artist, Jul 13 2003

Now a popular thing to do with any website https://userstyles.org
No specific support by the website is necessary to use a userstyle, but well-structured HTML makes it easier. [notexactly, Jan 20 2016]

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       Yes it would be straightforward. But I don't think you should do it. It's established that the bakery simplicity of design is part of the charm of the place. And I don't think people should be able to mess with it, even if it's on an individual basis. So I gotta fishbone it.   

       If the author really really wants it that badly, most browsers can be configured to 'always use my settings' and will let you create your own stylesheet for everything. Why on earth anyone would ever do that is beyond me.
waugsqueke, Jul 13 2003
  

       It would be like having a 'movie' stylesheet that puts Jim Carrey in the lead role of any DVD you watch. Ugh.
waugsqueke, Jul 13 2003
  

       <Over-enunciation/>Frankly, Scarlet<Turn around/><Bend over/><Talking out of ass/>I don't give a damn</Talking out of ass></Bend over></Turn around></Over-enunciation>
thumbwax, Jul 13 2003
  
      
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