How to remove CSS encoding
How to view a Myspace profile or blog with all CSS elements removed
You can easily view hidden Myspace comments, hidden details on Myspace profiles, or other hidden items on a Myspace profile that you have access to by removing the CSS styling and encoding.
This will reveal all items that have been hidden by using CSS encoding. You can view a page without any CSS elements or styling by using a feature that is included in Firefox. This tip does not work with Internet Explorer because it does not have the option to view a page with CSS sytle and data encoding removed. If you don't have Firefox, it is available for free from Google. Click HERE for Firefox info.
Open Firefox and go to the page you want to view (See this page for Firefox if you dont have it ) With the page showing in Firefox, select VIEW (from the menu), then PAGE STYLE, then click NO STYLE All CSS elements and encoding should now be removed, leaving only the basic HTML elements. If any data was hidden by using CSS it will now be visible. When you're done reading the page, select VIEW, PAGE STYLE, and click BASIC PAGE STYLE to make all the other web-pages you view look normal again
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