Dark style for Github - updated 4/24/2013 Also hosted at github: https://github.com/Mottie/Github-Dark
Change github source-code highlighting theme to Monokai
A dark Solarized style for viewing source code on GitHub.
Github layout for screens bigger than 1024px
https://github.com/JasonBarnabe/stylish/issues Fx only. Works, see the pic. Since Stylish moved its issue there, i resist to be blinded on occasions when i visit there, which is not often and i don't plan to. Should you see something out of style, give me a link to the page, screenshot would help too, and i'll see what i can do. NO rating needed in this case.
Also works with gist.github.com, lighthouseapp.com and userstyles.org! Sorry, but default code fonts that GitHub uses, 'Courier' and 'Bitstream Vera Sans Mono' (gist), just don't do it for me. In Windows the default font for gist even shows up without antialiasing (smoothing)! 'Consolas' is a far nicer font and supports antialiasing in Windows, so it's default now :) Check out the before and after screenshots - it's subtle, but for extended reading it's miles better. Make sure you have http://userstyles.org/styles/12373 installed to properly see the differences in the screenshots below!
Very quick style to make github readable to me. Definitely a work in progress and probably buggy as a) it fits my use of the site b) GH's CSS structure is often unnecessarily complicated. -- Resize text to 100% (i.e your browser's default) for better readability. -- Widen content. -- Change colors to black on offwhite; use darker grays for better contrast. -- Remove shadows. -- Remove most rounded corners (except for a few which I think look nice). -- Remove gradients in most places (haven't gotten them all yet). -- Remove a few things (most notably the various tables and charts on the Profile/Contributions page) and add space to declutter pages. -- Restore black background for merged commits.
A light Solarized style for viewing source code on GitHub.
Change the width of tab characters in code from the default 8 spaces wide to 4 spaces wide. For Ruby code, tabs are 2 spaces wide. This applies to code anywhere on GitHub – in repositories and in Gists. For example, code might go from really long indents to more reasonable indents
Read full descriptions of repositories in https://github.com/[username].