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Fine Tuning your Browsing Experience

Example�18.1.�Using your own style for webpages

Webpages come in every possible set of colors and fonts, and sometimes this doesn't give the best result. For example, if you have visual difficulties, it may be impossible to read certain combinations of background and text colors. Konqueror provides a way to choose your own colors and apply them to all webpages. Here's how:

  1. Open Konqueror and go to Settings -> Configure Konqueror... .

  2. In the configuration dialog that appears, select the Stylesheets page on the left hand side.

  3. On this page, choose Use accessibility stylesheet defined in "Customize" tab , then go to the Customize tab, and choose the settings you prefer.

  4. Close all Konqueror windows (you may need to restart KDE to be sure) and when you re-open them, your settings should be applied.

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