No more silly Google.com fade-in effect

You’ve seen it, you hate it, you threaten to switch to wolfram or Bing… Or you can just make it go away.

Stylish allows you to apply custom stylesheets to sites by wildcard prefix, so that it works and look the way you want it to. For Firefox. For IE, IE8Pro does something similar (YMMV — I haven’t tried it…)

All you need to apply is a simple CSS script:


@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);

@-moz-document url-prefix('http://google.'), url-prefix('http://www.google.') {

#ghead, #sbl, .fade, #fctr{ opacity: 1 !important; }

}

Lots of customisations available at userstyles.org!

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