The Recon Corps logo from Shingeki no Kyojin replaces Tumblr's default scroll to top button.
Makes EVERY web page dark-carbon themed.......... an eye saver.......goes very well with Dark Forms by Eric_ and Dark Gray Google by QuestionMarkFTW. 1 of many more dark styles to come..... -Urban1zed
This style works on ALL sites and is meant for surfing during the night. Imagine you're browsing at night and the only lighting you have turned on is your monitor. And then that site comes up that's all WHITE!? Squinting only gets you so far and aside from being annoying as shit, the overexposure is also bad for your eyes in the long term. Hence this style: make everything DARK. It won't be the most beautiful solution as you will lose some of the site's design, but all text, links and images will still be there. And visible without needing to squint like you've got lemon juice in your eyes! Rejoice!
Only available for firefox. Use it, share it, LOVE IT.
Makes the scroll bar in the new Gmail a visible blue color. I really like the new Beach theme but the scroll bar is too light. This makes it blue no matter which theme you try.
Thor cursor Avengers
Stylish test style
Provide distinctive red coloring for visited links on all sites. An alternate style Red: Mark visited links as read on unruly domains (16842) limits the change to a few commonly used domains that do not provide adequate color changes between visited and unvisited links such as Google, and some of the Mozilla and MozillaZine sites. For some additional effects involving red dashed outline around links when hovering, green dashed borders around no-follow links, and cross-hair cursor for links that open in a new tab/window see No Follow links, mouseover id of other links (DM*) (10987). Have simply incorporated "red:" bookmarklet as a style. The bookmarklet version can be obtained at http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/lessons/intro/k.html look for "red: Visited links to RED for visibility" and give the bookmarklet a keyword of "red:". The bookmarklet can be used on site for a temporary change instead of using a style. An alternative suggested by Bob Jamison would be to show a red Unicode character to the left of a visited link so as not to disrupt t