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I saw the postings from KevBel about Stylish and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) & thought I’d read up on the subject & see how it works, especially with regards to Firefox since I really want to indicate which threads I’ve visited. I found this on the mozilla website.
http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/736035?s=visited+links+colors&r=10&e=es&as=s

About half way down the page there is a reply from cor-el and he shows 2 scripts. I did as he mentioned in his next reply & added the generic script to userContent-example.css and renamed it userContent.css.

It worked & made the visited threads a hot pink. Problem is it affected other websites.

Then I found this.
http://coreygilmore.com/blog/2008/10/23/per-site-custom-css-in-firefox/

And this.
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=286866

Referring back to the first link, I changed the first of the two scripts cor-el mentioned, the one which only worked with google.com. I made it avsforum.com.

I deleted the line regarding the background.

Other scripts I saw just used the name of the color, so I used purple instead of #FF00CC.

That gave me this script

@-moz-document domain(avsforum.com) {
a:visited {
color:purple !important;
}
}

I added that to userContent.css in FF profiles, resaved the file & restarted FF.
Now the visited threads show up as purple!

Here’s a bunch of CSS samples.
http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_examples.asp

It may take a little trial & error, but I’m guessing you can change a lot of things on avsforum.