based on Digg.com - Dark gray design by josdigital and Digg.com - Dark gray design UPDATE (23/05/2008) by hinesh updated: Jan 25, 2010 fixed comments section. everything should be beautiful again. You might also like: Beautiful Facebook or: Beautiful Twitter
An improvement on the other one. Best used with Ad Block Plus. http://digg.com/
Removes the Style Switcher icon from the front page for those who never want to change styles.
This is a style that makes digg look great in widescreen monitors. See the preview here http://static.flickr.com/59/177045790_0b347db0fe.jpg View more of my works at http://dodesign.fh-net.com
Changes include: - Reduced font size for the whole site 10px - Hover feature on all stories as well as left nav bar, so from 10 px it goes to 15px -Color changes to the stories fonts once you hover over them -Removed intro blurb found on the left nav -Removed bottom box with all the links -Changed the inside color of the search box RATE OR COMMENT PLEASE....Let me know if you liked it or was it garbage?
-Removal of ads, site-wide. -Fills in empty ad space in comments. -Removal of invite announcement box. BEFORE: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1360/583992404_73baade6ea_o.png AFTER: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1315/584005652_02244ba2a5_o.png 6/21/07 - got rid of invite announcement box. Planning more improvements in the future... most suggestions in comments.
On digg.com/video and digg.com/podcasts, the video icon is inside the Digg button. This moves it next to it instead.
"I always hated light color design, makes my eyes hurt when i'm sleepy." aug 30 - I just uploaded what I've styled already for the recent changes, it's not finished though.
Don't you hate it that the Digg comment box is at the end of the story? Whenever you want to add a comment, you have to scroll down to the end, thus ruining your context. I found myself going back and forth so often that i created this style to bring the box up to me. This style does the following: 1 ) Fixes the position of the comment box to stick on the lower right corner of the screen 2 ) Adjusts the spacing of to center the content columns. 3) Removes the "check spelling" button. Why is that even necessary? Firefox already has a spell checker that's better than the pop-up box Digg offers.