Add Custom CSS
I see that Vivaldi has the CSS menu just like the old Opera.
I need to make the background of web pages dark or black and I remember that I managed to do it in the pre-Chrome Opera by adding some custom CSS (trough a long and tedious process), is there a way to add custom CSS to Vivaldi? (I searched for tutorials with Google but couldn't find anything relevant). I wish there was and easy way to add (and create) custom CSS.
@retoree Thanks, I'll use that. I wish I could put my CSS in the Vivaldi menu,
but I'll renounce for now.
@iAN-CooG That's not entirely on point (I don't need to change icons), thanks though.
@eldorado53 No idea what you're talking about then, you asked how to add a custom.css and I pointed you to the modifications subforum where there are instructions on how to do it.
I wish I could put my CSS in the Vivaldi menu
Easy to do:
- Create your UserCSS in text file distinguishable_name_you_like.css
- Open Vivaldi program subfolder
- Copy your css file into this folder
Now you can enable the UserCSS by menu in statusbar.