Under Firefox, View -> Page Style -> No Style allows viewing an unstyled page. Helpful for some overly-JS / stylesheet dependent sites (e.g.: Lifehacker).
Is there any similar functionality under Google's Chrome, and/or where would I access this?
Version 19.0.1084.56 / Ubuntu. - Dr. Edward Morbius
Yes. Toggling stylesheet off for the current session would be sufficent. Toggling CSS, JS, cookies, etc., for all sites is right out. Unfortunately that seems to be what was happening. I'd describe the experience as "mildly annoying". - Dr. Edward Morbius
Hi, Dr. Edward Morbius.
Using the jQuery library, this line at the console (Chromium/Chrome, Firefox, Opera) should clear author styles from an HTML document:
To toggle styles on or off in an HTML document, this might be helpful:
Loads jQuery into the document, either from local file or from jQuery's CDN, logs success, logs style status, toggles author styles on or off by spacebar keydown or at the console.
Tested in Chromium/Chrome, Firefox and Opera for both local and online HTML documents.
Hope this helps,