On digg.com/video and digg.com/podcasts, the video icon is inside the Digg button. This moves it next to it instead.
Makes the comments on the new Digg fill the entire width of the browser.
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).
A fluid high readability version designed for wide screen monitors with higher resolution. Larger font, stretched to fill screen, dim and shrink the sidebar, minimize the breadcrumb bar, move the URL to the end and dim, and dim the article toolbar. Sidebar has mouseover and breadcrumb has mouseover. [Updated for new Digg style December 2007] [Updated due to style change on digg.com on 6/28/08] [Updated due to style change on digg.com on 7/1/09] Gray hard coded inline style? What were you thinking? [Updated to remove fake digg submitions] Great idea digg, too bad I hate all the sponsored companies, and I can only tolerate so much.
Digg - No Styles (SLK)
A Digg web 2.0 style I did on my spare time, did it in 10 minutes hehe - Web 2.0 header - Removes ads What else do you want?!
The real minimal Digg