CSS allows the reader of a document to apply style sheets to the document. These are called user style sheets. They become part of the cascade along with the author's style sheets.
The following sections explain how you can set your own user style sheet in various web browsers--Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera.
Setting a user style sheet in Apple Safari:
The user style sheet is loaded when it is set up and when Safari is started.
Setting a user style sheet in Mozilla Firefox:
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Setting a user style sheet in Opera:
For a full description of Opera's style modes, refer to Style Presentation Modes in Opera 12.16.
Setting a user style sheet in Internet Explorer for Windows:
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