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Change default CSS of Google Chrome


I often have to view a website, that has a terrible fonts and formatting, but I really need the info from there. So, I want to ask: is there a way to change the CSS styles for the specific site, of disable CSS at all? I know, that this function is in Opera, but does Chrome have one?

I am using:

google chrome

Thank you!

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marked as duplicate by harrymc, Sathya Apr 5 '11 at 11:13

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This is not a duplicate! Queation in the link asks how to change the CSS for all sites, but this one asks about the specific site. – Silver Light Apr 5 '11 at 11:27

Web Developer can change a website's CSS content.

I'm not sure about making it pseduo-permanent though.

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