1. Custom styles for iOS

    Written by on October 1, 2010 in Development

    iOS allows the user to switch to a “high contrast” display—essentially reversing the colour scheme. This doesn’t give the fine control of colours that a desktop operating system provides. With the use of a user style sheet and a slick bookmarklet, a user can apply a custom stylesheet to mobile Safari on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch so that they can display the web site or application to suit their own styles.

  2. Safari 5 user styles

    Written by on September 28, 2010 in Design, Development

    Safari 5 and other browsers like Opera, Internet Explorer, FireFox and Chrome allows users to set a user stylesheet preference. This enables a user to take control over their experience—styling the site the way they want it to be displayed, overriding the author styles.