Exceptions. Prevent styles from changing the pages you do not want to change

Dear users!
As per your requests we've created a new method to prevent easily styles from changing the pages you do not want to change. We called it "exceptions".

If the style applied on the page it should not apply; you can fix it in few clicks by adding an exception for this style.
Here's how you can do so:

  • in the main FreeStyler menu select style you do not want to be applied to the page and go to its details by clicking the wrench button;
  • click "Do not apply style here" and select how 'wide' the new exceptions should be: just for current URL, for the whole site/domain or something in between;
  • click Apply to confirm the new exception.


That's all - now this style would not change the current page. You can manage the exceptions in the menu or the Style Manager.

You can find detailed documentation about exceptions here: http://freestyler.ws/help/exclude.

Please note that the exceptions available only in FreeStyler for Chrome


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