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would you happen to know a way to specify the area of the browser where a web page is displayed for the purpose of changing the background color of the new tab using userContent.css or userChrome.css
*:empty:not():not():not():not()
is giving me a problem with transparent images and highlighting text :(
trying to make a version of http://userstyles.org/styles/8074 with out installing another add-on

been a while since you have used this sub forum, lol

Edited by az on Oct. 23, 2008, 6:47 a.m.

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Can't say for sure as I am not on my computer right now (at UNI) so I can't test but I would look at something like #content body:empty maybe?

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html body:empty:not([style]):not([text]):not([class]):not([onresize])

that fixed the image problem do you know of a way to exclude iframes?
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You would have to try maybe putting it in the userChrome.css and checking that it is directly inside the browser element.

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i applied it to the entire chrome but the page covers it up doubt i would have noticed if my computer wasn't so slow
can you think of something to apply to iframe that would stop it from effecting it
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No I can't. CSS does not make that easy as you can't test the parent node. And I can't remember if going between multiple documents in the same DOM tree works.

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