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Old 01-22-2007, 10:38 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by RJ Emery View Post
...for controlling the appearance of a window user interface, in particular code for userChrome.css for Firefox, Thunderbird, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, etc.
Are you talking about just changing YOUR web experience?
Modifying userChrome.css customizes ONE web browser at a time.
Did you Google "userchrome"?

When you use the term "learning CSS" the general understanding is that you want to be able to change the web experience of visitors to a particular web site or sites.

Frankly I periodically spend about ten minutes searching through my copy of Meyer's "Cascading Style Sheets; The Definitive Guide" (O'Reilly green book) then spend a couple of hours trying things.

Note that the Firefox "GreaseMonkey" extension lets you make stylistic changes to particular web sites without as detailed knowledge of CSS.
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