We all have our favorite websites, but not always do these look as good as we would like, or maybe they have been so long with the same design that we have something boring.
Those of us who love personalization enjoy when we can change the appearance of the systems and applications we use for something new or more according to our own tastes, and to be able to do so with the sites we visit, thanks to tools like Stylish.
Stylish is an extension for Chrome, Firefox and Opera that lets us apply different styles to the web pages we want. They have a whole library of custom themes created by the community to apply to hundreds of popular websites.
But Stylish is more than a style manager, it is also an editor, so if you know something or a lot of CSS, you can create your own customization layers to change the design of a web.
How do I use it?
Download Stylish for Firefox (it’s compatible with Quantum), Chrome , or Opera and once you have the icon of the extension in your browser, you can start applying styles.
At userstyles.org you have a fairly large library, organized by popularity, latest update, selection of editors and more. There is a whole section dedicated especially to web applications and there are also global themes that apply to everything you visit, dark themes are popular here.
When you choose a theme that you like, you just have to click on the install button directly on the Stylish page . You can disable it whenever you want from the icon of the extension in your browser.
Some very popular sites like Google, YouTube, eBay, Amazon, Wikipedia, WhatsApp Web, etc. They have the most issues, and you can change constantly.
If you want to venture to write your own topic, you can start by taking a look at the guide offered on GitHub .