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How do I disable CSS or make my own CSS style for a specific website in Google Chrome?

Web sites like Wikipedia that extend to the full width of the available screen are very annoying when used with a big monitor.

How can I customize their appearance (for example, by injecting some CSS) in Chrome?

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Fun, fixed width sites used to make me feel like wasting money for having a wide enough monitor. But monitors are getting really too wide nowadays. –  LatinSuD Sep 24 '11 at 22:49

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Chrome supports greasemonkey style user scripts by default. Read this for more info - http://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/user-scripts

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