Editors' Note: The Download Now link will redirect to the extension page. To install the extension directly, click on the install button on the page.
If you've ever wished you had more control over the appearance of your favorite Web sites, Stylish is here to make your dreams come true. This Chrome extension lets users install custom styles for a wide variety of sites, changing the way the sites appear in the browser. Whether you want to jazz up Facebook or make CNN easier to read, Stylish has styles for those and many other sites.
Like most Chrome extensions, Stylish installed without issues. To find styles to install we went to userstyles.org, where we were able to search for styles by site. We selected a few to try out, installed them, and then experimented with the Stylish extension. Whenever we navigated to a site for which we'd installed Stylish styles, the extension's icon displayed a small number indicating how many styles were active. Clicking on the icon let us enable, disable, and delete styles. Users who know how to are welcome to customize a style's code to tweak its appearance, but coding knowledge is by no means a requirement for this extension; kids, grandmas, and everyone in between should be able use most of Stylish's features with no problems. The quality and purpose of styles varies widely from site to site, with some styles seeking to eliminate advertising and provide more streamlined interfaces, and others aiming to add color and pizzazz. Fortunately, Stylish makes it extremely easy to try styles on for size, and it's no trouble at all to install a style, decide you don't like it, and then get rid of it. Overall, we think that Stylish is a great choice for people who like to customize their Web experience, and we recommend it.
Stylish lets you easily manage user styles. Add, delete, enable, disable, and organize with a few clicks of a mouse, no code to edit, no obscure configuration to find.
User styles are themes for web sites. User styles empower your browsing experience by letting you customize web sites. Take out irrelevant content, change colors, or completely redesign the entire site.