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I find myself changing the css & html values of a particular webpage repeatedly to make the page better suited to my screen size. For example, I change the height and width of a div and remove certain elements. When I close the window and reopen it, I have to apply the said changes again. Is there a way to load a css snippet automatically or make the changes to the page whenever the page is loaded without having to manually make the changes using Chrome Developer Tools?

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For custom CSS code you can use 'Chrome Stylist' extension :) – iAnuj Aug 17 '12 at 2:15
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Here are a few options:

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