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Q&A Userscript or -style to disable responsiveness of website

The following is a UserScript which will edit each page's CSS to always use the widest media rules: // ==UserScript== // @name Disable Responsiveness // @description Always use the wide...

posted 6mo ago by Ullallulloo‭  ·  edited 6mo ago by Ullallulloo‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar Ullallulloo‭ · 2023-12-06T15:05:04Z (6 months ago)
  • The following is a UserScript which will edit each page's CSS to always use the widest media rules:
  • ```js
  • // ==UserScript==
  • // @name Disable Responsiveness
  • // @description Always use the widest version of a responsive website
  • // @author Ullallulloo
  • // @version 1.0
  • // @match https://*/*
  • // @match http://*/*
  • // @grant GM.xmlHttpRequest
  • // @connect *
  • // ==/UserScript==
  • for (let i = 0; i < document.styleSheets.length; i++) {
  • const styleSheet = document.styleSheets[i];
  • console.log(styleSheet);
  • try {
  • if (styleSheet.cssRules) {
  • updateRules(styleSheet);
  • }
  • }
  • catch(e) {
  • if (e instanceof DOMException) {
  • GM.xmlHttpRequest({
  • method: "GET",
  • url: styleSheet.href,
  • onload: function(response) {
  • const styleSheet = document.createElement("style");
  • styleSheet.innerHTML = response.responseText;
  • document.head.appendChild(styleSheet);
  • updateRules(styleSheet.sheet);
  • }
  • });
  • }
  • else {
  • console.log(e);
  • }
  • }
  • }
  • function updateRules(styleSheet) {
  • for (let j = 0; j < styleSheet.cssRules.length; j++) {
  • if (styleSheet.cssRules[j].media?.mediaText.includes("max-width")) {
  • // console.log(`Deleteing rule ${styleSheet.cssRules[j].cssText}`);
  • styleSheet.cssRules[j].media.mediaText = "(max-width: 0px;)";
  • }
  • if (styleSheet.cssRules[j].media?.mediaText.includes("min-width")) {
  • // console.log(`Always using rule ${styleSheet.cssRules[j].cssText}`);
  • styleSheet.cssRules[j].media.mediaText = "(min-width: 0px;)";
  • }
  • }
  • }
  • ```
  • Note that sites, including Codidact often include CSS from third-party sites/CDNs, so any editing of them will require permission to handle cross-original responses, which is a potentially dangerous permission to give out to untrusted code. You will have to explicitly agree to allow this permission for domains. Also, somewhat obviously, if you use a layout designed for a larger screen, some things may become undesirable sizes. It could potentially be tweaked to set a maximum width for styles to optimize the appearance for a device.
  • The following is a UserScript which will edit each page's CSS to always use the widest media rules:
  • ```js
  • // ==UserScript==
  • // @name Disable Responsiveness
  • // @description Always use the widest version of a responsive website
  • // @author Ullallulloo
  • // @version 1.0
  • // @match https://*/*
  • // @match http://*/*
  • // @grant GM.xmlHttpRequest
  • // @connect *
  • // ==/UserScript==
  • for (let i = 0; i < document.styleSheets.length; i++) {
  • const styleSheet = document.styleSheets[i];
  • console.log(styleSheet);
  • try {
  • if (styleSheet.cssRules) {
  • updateRules(styleSheet);
  • }
  • }
  • catch(e) {
  • if (e instanceof DOMException) {
  • GM.xmlHttpRequest({
  • method: "GET",
  • url: styleSheet.href,
  • onload: function(response) {
  • const styleSheet = document.createElement("style");
  • styleSheet.innerHTML = response.responseText;
  • document.head.appendChild(styleSheet);
  • updateRules(styleSheet.sheet);
  • }
  • });
  • }
  • else {
  • console.log(e);
  • }
  • }
  • }
  • function updateRules(styleSheet) {
  • for (let j = 0; j < styleSheet.cssRules.length; j++) {
  • if (styleSheet.cssRules[j].media?.mediaText.includes("max-width")) {
  • // console.log(`Deleteing rule ${styleSheet.cssRules[j].cssText}`);
  • styleSheet.cssRules[j].media.mediaText = "(max-width: 0px;)";
  • }
  • if (styleSheet.cssRules[j].media?.mediaText.includes("min-width")) {
  • // console.log(`Always using rule ${styleSheet.cssRules[j].cssText}`);
  • styleSheet.cssRules[j].media.mediaText = "(min-width: 0px;)";
  • }
  • }
  • }
  • ```
  • Note that sites, including Codidact often include CSS from third-party sites/CDNs, so any editing of them will require permission to handle cross-origin responses, which is a potentially dangerous permission to give out to untrusted code. You will have to explicitly agree to allow this permission for domains. Also, somewhat obviously, if you use a layout designed for a larger screen, some things may become undesirable sizes. It could potentially be tweaked to set a maximum width for styles to optimize the appearance for a device.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Ullallulloo‭ · 2023-12-05T20:00:03Z (6 months ago)
The following is a UserScript which will edit each page's CSS to always use the widest media rules:

```js
// ==UserScript==
// @name         Disable Responsiveness
// @description  Always use the widest version of a responsive website
// @author       Ullallulloo
// @version      1.0
// @match        https://*/*
// @match        http://*/*
// @grant        GM.xmlHttpRequest
// @connect      *
// ==/UserScript==

for (let i = 0; i < document.styleSheets.length; i++) {
	const styleSheet = document.styleSheets[i];
	console.log(styleSheet);
	try {
		if (styleSheet.cssRules) {
			updateRules(styleSheet);
		}
	}
	catch(e) {
		if (e instanceof DOMException) {
			GM.xmlHttpRequest({
				method: "GET",
				url: styleSheet.href,
				onload: function(response) {
					const styleSheet = document.createElement("style");
					styleSheet.innerHTML = response.responseText;
					document.head.appendChild(styleSheet);
					updateRules(styleSheet.sheet);
				}
			});
		}
		else {
			console.log(e);
		}
	}
}

function updateRules(styleSheet) {
	for (let j = 0; j < styleSheet.cssRules.length; j++) {
		if (styleSheet.cssRules[j].media?.mediaText.includes("max-width")) {
			// console.log(`Deleteing rule ${styleSheet.cssRules[j].cssText}`);
			styleSheet.cssRules[j].media.mediaText = "(max-width: 0px;)";
		}
		if (styleSheet.cssRules[j].media?.mediaText.includes("min-width")) {
			// console.log(`Always using rule ${styleSheet.cssRules[j].cssText}`);
			styleSheet.cssRules[j].media.mediaText = "(min-width: 0px;)";
		}
	}
}
```

Note that sites, including Codidact often include CSS from third-party sites/CDNs, so any editing of them will require permission to handle cross-original responses, which is a potentially dangerous permission to give out to untrusted code. You will have to explicitly agree to allow this permission for domains. Also, somewhat obviously, if you use a layout designed for a larger screen, some things may become undesirable sizes. It could potentially be tweaked to set a maximum width for styles to optimize the appearance for a device.