Learn how to turn every website upside down

Ever wondered how your workmates would react if every single page they go to appeared upside down? This technique works with Firefox and IE (with some glitches, as usual). If you are willing to kick start a prank war with no end in sight, keep reading.

With Firefox

  1. Open userContent.css with a text editor. This CSS file can be found under the following path: C:UsersNicolasAppDataRoamingMozillaFirefoxProfiles<random characters>.defaultchrome
  2. Paste the following text in the file and save it. You might want to make a copy of what’s in there to restore it when you are forced at penpoint to do it.
    body {
       -moz-transform: rotate(-180deg);
       position: absolute;
       width:100%;
       height:100%;
    }
  3. Restart Firefox and enjoy

With Internet Explorer

  1. Paste the following text in a new text file and save it.
    body {
       position: absolute;
       width:100%;
       height:100%;
       filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(rotation=2);
    }
  2. In Internet Explorer, open the internet options panel (Tools>Internet Options) and click the Accessibility button under the General tab.
  3. Check the « Format documents using my style sheet » box and select the file you have created in step 1.
  4. Press Ok, and wait for your mark.

Commentaires

  1. Teo a dit (22 mar. 2013):

    HI, I tried your method and it’s workign with IE but cant seem to do it with firefox. I cant find the .defaultchrome folder, I have wind 7. Can you please help me with that. Thank you.

  2. Nicolas Bouliane a dit (22 mar. 2013):

    Hi Teo,

    These tricks do not apply to Internet Explorer. I believe IE does not offer such possibilities.

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