This introduces a small image to identify the type is each hyper-link. Small icons for these types of files: - compression: 7z, zip, bz2, tar, tgz, gz, rar. - movie: swf, mpg, wmv, mov, avi, ppt, pps, divx. - application: exe, xpi, msi. - image: png, jng, jpg, jp2, gif, svg, svgz, mng, bmp. - text: css, txt, sok, xsb, vbs, js, class, java, torrent, rtf, doc, pdf, docx, pptx, xlsx, xul. - interactive: xml, rss. - sound: mp3, wma, wav, asx, asf, ogg. - e-mail hyper-links
These are the exact styles copied from the excellent Read Easily extension, adapted for Stylish.
Firefox's scroll doesn't appear until the page becomes longer than the window. When it does appear, the page can seem to jerk to the left a little. IE always shows the scrollbar and doesn't have this jerk.
Hand cursor with an envelope for mailto links. Because I'm a lefty, it's a LEFT hand.
Hand cursor with Excel icon for links to .xls files. Because I'm a lefty, it's a LEFT hand.
For sites with backgrounds *other than* something yellowish or similar to #FFFCCC, this is a good scheme for coloring quotes, or elements classed as quotes, or TD.quote, which I found is the element used for quotes on phpBB forums using SubSilver (probably most SubBlack forums too). For example, look at the post by "Original Intent" (Posted - 08/14/2006 : 14:03:36 ), on http://www.skepticfriends.org/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6570 . Then look at this snapshot of what it looks like with my Quote Colorer 2.0: http://img239.imageshack.us/img239/399/quotecolorerexamplekk7.png . This is the ultra cool thing my code does. Just remember the scheme for the quote levels, and you can easily determine what the author meant with all 'dem quotes. Additionally, if somebody quotes somebody who quotes somebody else, I have a background for that. And one step further. Typically this is only needed in raw HTML. Forums have a nice-enough scheme for quotes that quotes-in-quotes look nice within th
Stops the text selection cursor appearing over generated content that can't be selected
Display and titles inline so you don't have to hover over them. Recommend my Generated Content Cursor Fix to go with it. Also see Inline Cites.
Display and cite attributes inline so you don't have to Right-Click > Properties to get to them. Recommend my Generated Content Cursor Fix to go with it. Also see Inline Abbreviations.
this will use the display option to hide all iFrames (the only iFrame on the site (that i am awair of) are advertisements)