================================== UPDATED FOR DIGG'S NEW LOOK - DECEMBER 19, 2006 - SEE NOTE BELOW! ================================== Do you want a clean, quick way to read Digg's headlines, without all the arrows, icons, and other interactive stuff cluttering up the screen? Digg 3.0 - Stripped to the bones is clean and simple -- Digg 3.0 stripped of everything except search form, headlines (fluid display), "submitted by" times, summaries, and prev/next numbers/links. Visited headlines are colored gray. And fluid design allows it to resize to your current window size. I use this myself. It only takes a second to turn this style off, select one of Digg's sub-categories (like Technology or Linux or Videos) and then turn this style back on again. Don't forget to also try my other style: Reddit - Stripped to the bones. Don't forget to also try my other style: Drudge Report - Stripped to the bones. =========================================== DON'T FORGET TO VISIT MY WEB SITE: http://www.ComputerBob.com ==========
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
This just removes the ads from the new design. My first impression of the new Digg is pretty complimentary, so I'm just removing the ads and leaving it at that.
This style, compared to my other style (Digg: Fluid, Fixed left-bar, No Burieds Stories), is much simpler and elegant. It locks the top menu to the top, thus making it accessible without having to scroll all the way back to the top, and the paging section is locked right below it, making it more accessible, as well. In addition, this will also removes all ads on the site and any story that you "bury". Lastly, if something isn't working for you with this style, let me know and I'll be sure to fix it. *** IMPORTANT: This style works perfectly with my "Digg.com Mirror" script (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/8262) *** ===================== Release Notes ===================== [2010-01-28] * Version 2.0 of this style was released. [2007-12-28] * Updated to match the changes Digg made to their site. [2007-09-03] * Removed the "Integrating with Digg" section from the sidebar. [2007-08-29] * Updated to match the new design of Digg 4.1. [2007-04-04] * Rewrote the description a bit, and rem
On digg.com/video and digg.com/podcasts, the video icon is inside the Digg button. This moves it next to it instead.
This is based on scottmark's "Digg v4 - a bit more fluid" style. Specifics (In addition to scottmark's version): * Removes the big block ad at the top of a comments page. * Removes the ad at the top of a Digg search page. * Removes the double spacing for the posting details at the top of a page. * Thins the comment bar thickness and reduces the addition padding added. 10-03-2007 I added and removed some things. Works pretty good still. If there's any problems please let me know and I'll try to fix them. This goes REALLY well together with Digg ClearComments: http://userstyles.org/styles/3142
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.
Font changes, interface changes, ads/useless notices removed.
This is basically just Schrade (http://userstyles.org/styles/1776) Digg style but updated to work with the latest version of Digg (as of 8/28/07).