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Would anybody know of a way of saving changes I made in Inspect Element, locally and not server side?

There is some script/plugins for big websites like Facebook that sometimes include a feature where you can change and save the CSS coding you've edited for your own personal viewing. Why isn't there something like this for editing both HTML/CSS and saving for only personal viewing?

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You can use the greasemonkey or tampermonkey extensions to fF and chrome to change the html of a site when it loads. – Paul Oct 11 '13 at 4:33
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In "Elements" pane

  • Select the root of the document (e.g. )

  • Right click and select "Copy as HTML"


In "Sources" pane

  • Select modified css file

To review changes:

  • Right click and select "Local modifications"

To save changes:

  • Right click and select "Save as..."


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