Greasemonkey script MySpace custom style remover does just what it says – remove the custom styles from MySpace pages, leaving every page with MySpace’s default style.
Whether you love or hate MySpace, there’s a good chance you’ve had to use it every now and then (maybe it’s how all your friends plan their social outings or you just want to keep an eye on your kid’s online activities). And if you’ve ever used MySpace, you’ve definitely been exposed to the CSS atrocities that some users employ on the site. I’m not one to discourage a little creative styling, but when you start worrying that a MySpace page might trigger a seizure, you know something has to be done.
The MySpace custom style remover script doesn’t get rid of all styling on MySpace – it just returns everything to MySpace’s less irritating (though still clunky) default style.
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