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    SitePoint Wizard dragonfly_7456's Avatar
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    Site without css

    I cannot remember where, but there used to be a site that would show you what your site looked like with css turned off in a browser. Very helpful thing. Does anyone remember where that is?
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    Some months ago somebody posted a link with a bookmark that would do what you want.

    Create a bookmark (of anything) and then change its properties so the URL will be:
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    javascript:var i=0;if(document.styleSheets.length>0){cs=!document.styleSheets[0].disabled;for(i=0;i<document.styleSheets.length;i++) document.styleSheets[i].disabled=cs;};void(cs=true);
    I find it very useful.

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    Thanks, But I'm a complete ... potato... when it comes to javascript...
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    Assuming you are using external CSS files, you just need to temporarily rename or move your CSS files.

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    Hey! I like that! Why didn't I think of that sooner??!!

    Silly me...
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    Originally posted by dragonfly_7456
    Thanks, But I'm a complete ... potato... when it comes to javascript...
    You don't need to know Javascript.

    Assuming you are using IE follow the following steps:
    1)Create a bookmark of any page (this one for example).
    2)Find this bookmark in your Favorites list and right click it.
    3)Select "Properties" from the menu.
    4)Change the "URL:" to the code I gave you above.
    (Optional step: Click the "General" Tab and change the name of the page to something like "Disable CSS" so you will remember which bookmark you have to click)
    5)Click ok , you are done.

    Now whenever you click on that bookmark, no matter which page you are visiting(even if its not your page), the style sheets of that page will be disabled (both external and the ones on the page).

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    Ah, ok.
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