When it comes to personal computing, there isn’t much you cannot do on a Mac. In fact, there are so many options for Mac users that I’m sure there’s a list somewhere of things you can do on a Mac that maybe shouldn’t be done.
What if you want to change the CSS on a web site so the style is more to your tastes? Maybe you want larger headlines, or a different font. Cascading stylesheets in most web sites handle those chores for you.
So does Quickstyle.
What you get with Quickstyle is a Selector Helper that finds and changes the CSS file of a web site using the built-in stylesheet editor. That way, you can visit any web page you want and change the CSS, and the look and feel of the site (provided you know CSS, of course).
Click to find a CSS selector you want to change, and Quickstyle gives you various CSS options to fit the code.
Is this something that most Mac users need? A tool that modifies a website’s presentation code? No.
But Quickstyle comes in handy for Mac designers who need to check out a site’s CSS or edit a site’s CSS files. For that, Quickstyle is immensely handy and priced right. It’s free.
Quickstyle isn’t a real CSS editor in the traditional sense, but it could act as a good substitute because the extension is free and easily downloaded to any Mac.