Here's were you can change / write or edit styles or UI interface.

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Edit or write styles are found on this page.

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Mini menu with quick options.  Easy to work with.


Stylus is a fork of the popular Stylish extension which can be used to restyle the web. Not "ish", but "us", as in "us" the actual users. Stylus is a fork of Stylish that is based on the source code of version 1.5.2, which was the most up-to-date version before the original developer stopped working on the project. The objective in creating Stylus was to remove any and all analytics, and return to a more user-friendly UI. We recognize that the ability to transfer your database from Stylish is important, so this is the one and only feature we've implemented from the new version.


  • You can change the appearance of websites by installing themes or creating your own.
  • With a little knowledge of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) you can create your own styles.
  • If creating your own is not a option you can always install styles already created by me and others from
  • I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using Stylus over Stylish for simplicity and performance.


In my tutorial video will explain:


  1. What is the "Stylus" extension and how does it work?

    Stylus is a userstyles editor and manager based on the source code of Stylish version 1.5.2. Our objective is to maintain and improve upon the original author's version, while becoming more privacy oriented and remaining more user-friendly for style creators.

  2. What are the main differences and improvements over the original Stylish add-on?

    1.) Any and all analytics, telemetry, and data-collection have been removed completely. We'd rather not know what you're up to.

    2.) A backup feature, compatible with the one recently introduced in Stylish. To transfer your database, simply export from Stylish and import to Stylus.

    3.) An automatic update feature for installed styles. You can now set your own interval for all installed styles to automatically update on their own, silently in the background.

    4.) CodeMirror and CSSLint have been updated to their latest versions, respectively. Many false positive editor warnings and errors have been improved via the update, and we've added a few extra exceptions for some other common false positives.

    5.) Customizable badge color for the icon. You can now specify what color you'd like the badge to be for "enabled" and "disabled" icons.

    6.) A new icon state, which indicates when all styles are globally disabled.

  3. What is new in this version?

    Please check the log section in this page to find-out the recent changes. For more comprehensive list of changes, take a look at the GitHub's commit section.

  4. How can I contribute to this extension?

    PR's are welcome on Github //, and you should also report any bugs you come across by opening an issue there. Participation in any form is encouraged, so feel free to browse through the issues and share your thoughts. If you're interested in lending your assistance to expedite any future progress, pay special attention to any issues labeled as "help wanted". To contribute to translations for the Stylus UI, visit transifex at //

    Otherwise, if you prefer a more informal method of getting in touch or starting a conversation, please leave a comment here on the discussion section. We will monitor any discussions here and join in, and it may be a more appropriate venue for opinions and less urgent suggestions.

  5. How can I export my user styles from Stylish for Firefox add-on?

    Stylish for Firefox add-on does not support exporting to the JSON format at the moment. For now, use the following experimental extension to generate Stylus compatible JSON file.

    1. Open about:debugging in a browser tab
    2. Download this XPI
    3. Point “Load as Temporary Add-on” to the downloaded XPI file
    4. Wait for a few while until all your styles are converted

    On successful conversion, you will get a JSON file on your desktop. This file can be exported to the Stylus add-on. Note that Stylish add-on needs to be enabled in order for the extension to be able to read Styles.




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