Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Making things really unstyled, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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This movie is going to show you how to modify Firefox or Mozilla if you prefer, so that you can see things in a really…unstyled state, should you choose to do so. This is actually a little bit easier to do on Windows than it is on the Macintosh.…On OS X you have to Show the package contents of Firefox and then open up Contents and open up a Mac OS and then open up the …res for resources folder and then, once you get in there, you'll find files like forms.css and html.css. I'm actually going to…sort this by kind, so that all the CSS files are in one place. Here's the style sheet that controls how the view source window is presented in Firefox,…but the ones that most directly relate to webpage presentation are forms.css and html.css and quirk.css, ua is actually for the user agent.…
So, what we're going to do is, I'm going to move all this to the trash…and having done that, now I'm going to take a file,…take a copy of the Javaco file and there you go.…There's the webpage without any user agent styles applied. Now, there are some styles still showing up…
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