URI id is an extension that allows use of page-/site-specific userContent.css.
Apply User Stylesheet (CSS) rules on a site-by-site basis.
The URIid extension makes it possible to create CSS rules based on the site you are visiting. This is useful when specific sites do not render correctly or are simply not visually appealing.
The extension adds an id to the body of each page allowing the id selector to be used in your User Stylesheet (userContent.css) file. For example, when visiting the site "http://www.google.com", the id "www-google-com" will be added to the body. The stylesheet can then use the #www-google-com selector to apply styles only to that site. The following would change the background color of pages at www.google.com to a light blue:
background-color: #ddf !important;
To avoid problems when an id exists on the body element, the class is adjusted instead. A class attribute of the form uriid-addons-mozilla-org is either created or appended.
· Firefox 0.7 - 1.0.4 ALL
What's New in This Release:
· All new 'before page load' action.