Change the look of web pages with Page Actions

With Page Actions you can alter the look of websites to enhance accessibility and readability, to work on your website’s CSS, or just for fun.

Apply Page Actions

To apply a Page Action to a web page:

  1. Go to the Vivaldi menu > Page Actions;
  2. Enable the option(s) you want to apply.

Available Page Actions

You can choose from the following Page Actions:

  • CSS Debugger – outlines various element types for a simple CSS inspection;
  • Filter Black and White – turns the page into black and white;
  • Filter Grayscale – changes the page’s colors to grayscale;
  • Filter Intensify – adds saturation and contrast to the images on the site;
  • Filter Invert – adds saturation and contrast to the images on the site (see screenshots below);
  • Filter Obscure – hides the content by blurring the page when the mouse cursor is moved outside of the window;
  • Filter Sepia – changes the page’s color scheme to reddish-brown;
  • Fonts Monospace – forces the text to be displayed in a monospace font. 
  • Page Minimap – shows a small overview of the page and your location on it.
  • Skewed Images – forces the text to be displayed in a monospace font. 
  • Transform 3D – distorts the whole page on hover;
  • Transitions Forced – makes transitions more prominent;
  • Transitions Removed – disables transitions;

Page actions are applied only to the active tab, but will affect any website you visit within that tab.

Disable Page Actions

To turn off Page Actions:

  1. Go to the Vivaldi menu > Page Actions;
  2. Toggle off the enabled Page Action(s).

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