Is it possible to change the color of the "visited links?" The default color is unattractive, to say the least.
I've looked insystem libraries and preference files, etc. to no avail.
pointing safari-preferences-advanced-style sheet to a css file containing
should broadly do what you want - change green to your choice, or a #hex code
I'm think you'll find an extension or two to achieve that with easier control at apple's extensions gallery.
Thanks for the info, Andy. Looks inteeresting, but that's uncharted territory for me and I'll proceed with caution!
the very worst that can happen is that it doesn't work, or you don't care for the results - if so, change the preference setting back to 'none selected' & everything will be just as before.
Works like a charm!
You need to explain that a .css file has to be created: i created mine in DreamWeaver
I give up. After an hour of searching, cannot find a CSS extension to change the colour of visited links. The blue and purple look almost identical, and I can't create a CSS extension (tech challenged--just a user).
Could you please point me to a CSS extension?
Don't give up. Find yourself any app allowing to create a CSS file ie: Dreamweaver.
Open a new 'blanc' CSS and copy paste the command concerning the color.
Save on your desk and integrate in Safari in >prefs>advanced..
Never loose faith
I can't afford Dreamweaver. Is there a free app?
I guess any website making app. Plenty free of charge!
Do you have google?
Yes, I have Google. I assume a text editor won't work to do a CSS file.
What would I be looking for?
Use your search engine to find the app that'll allow you to create the CSS file.
You will have to work a little bit here.
Overmothering only makes you weaker.
Overmothering is not an issue, if I wasn't swamped grading papers.
But, I took a break and found a free CSS app.
you can just use text edit, create the code, then save and change the extension to what you need (.css, .html, etc.)
also forgot to mention to make the text edit document a plain text (format > make plain text) before you save it.
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