Quickstyle is a Safari extension to change the appearance of any web page by adding your own CSS rules to it.
Quickstyle features a convenient “selector helper” that eases the task of finding the right CSS selector for the rule you want to create, and a built-in stylesheet editor so you can create and edit your rules right on the page.
Quickstyle is a lot faster and easier to use than the Safari’s Web Inspector or editing an external User CSS file.
Quickstyle also has keyboard shortcuts to quickly apply your favorite font to an element or set of elements, or to change its font size, without even opening the style editor. You can use these abilities of Quickstyle even if you don’t know anything about CSS.
Important note for Rightsizer users! Quickstyle is the next generation of Rightsizer. If you use Rightsizer, please note that installing Quickstyle will overwrite your copy of Rightsizer.
Don’t worry—all your saved sizes and other settings from Rightsizer will carry over to Quickstyle, and you can keep using the same click-and-keystroke actions you’re used to from the older extension.
Here are some key features of "Quickstyle":
The basic steps in using Quickstyle are:
· Activate the selector helper by clicking Quickstyle’s toolbar icon. (You can also use the context menu command, “Activate Quickstyle Selector Helper”, or press Command-Option-Q.)
· Move the mouse around the page until the element or set of elements you want to style is highlighted, and then click the mouse or press the space bar to select it. This will open the style editor.
· Enter your CSS declarations for the selected element or set, and click Save. (Your declarations will be immediately reflected on the page.)
· Close the style editor by pressing Esc or clicking anywhere on the page outside the editor.
· Safari 5.0 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· In the interests of reducing Safari context menu pollution, the Quickstyle context menu items no longer appear when you right-click a link.