CSS Mod - Make Visited Sites Your Color

CraigS26
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CSS Mod - Make Visited Sites Your Color

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EDIT 1-8-22: Turns out I forgot some Sites have Dark Theme pages or parts, So a Link color Blue or Black nets many areas Can't be read. I wound up USING ONLY the Visited Line and All is well!

I doubt there are many FF users here BUT .... I've sometimes wished I had copied data from various Forums Threads, but when I go back later I can't easily find the Thread. This CSS mod from morat in the Mozillazine Sppt forum allows that plus some tricks that are just fluff.
It Requires a -- userContent.css -- Folder in your -- chrome - Folder with this entry below.
"link" is the Thread Title, "visited" I made Red, Hover and Active are fluff to me & I don't see aqua to discern what "active" is.
Use as desired....
https://imgur.com/ofHudx3

Final Script I'm Using Vs original multi-line from Moz FF Forum:

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/* Firefox userContent.css */

@-moz-document url-prefix("http:"), url-prefix("https:") {
  a:visited { color: red !important; }
}

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/* Firefox userContent.css */

@-moz-document url-prefix("http:"), url-prefix("https:") {
  a:link    { color: black !important; }
  a:visited { color: red !important; }
  a:hover   { color: blue !important; }
  a:active  { color: aqua !important; }
}
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