Made for Firefox+Stylish and Chrome. A last.fm style that I've been working on for a couple of months now. I decided to release it because I figured it was adequate enough and some friends were bugging me for a release! Main colour focus is blue and a cleaner look to the default style of the site. Future versions will include options between the old style header and the new one and more options for different colours~ Other screenshots : Library page - http://puu.sh/1ZzV1 Artist page - http://puu.sh/1ZzVE Profile page - http://puu.sh/1ZzUe Track page - http://puu.sh/1ZzWO Album page - http://puu.sh/1ZzXT A note on the choosable colours: it's currently Firefox + Stylish only as it is my main browser and Chrome uses a different selector~ You can still manually change the colours by going into the code and simply replacing the colours with either RBG codes or HTML codes.
For all that love to use last.fm website but like dark themes.
This is my first style, and pretty much just for my own personal taste. Feel free to post comments/suggestions though if you like it too. Please be aware that this removes anything to do with the last.fm radio and footer, because I don't use it. If you want them back either edit the code (its a mess, good luck).
This theme is outdated. Like all the other Last.fm skins on UserStyles. I'm working on a new theme which matches the latest design changes on the Last.fm web site in a beautiful way.
Turns Last.fm blue. Suggestions on improvements are welcome. If you do make a suggestion and I decide to use it, I will put your user name down along with what you contributed. If you would like to remove the globe from next to the language selection link, uncomment the section under "Remove Globe". First style for stylish, so go easy on me. ^.^ Companion Greasemonkey script: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/32236 ^ Changes red globe image to black[white] globe, attempts to change music player background color. Note: Because they're using a sprite, you can choose from their black and red themes and get different looks. With this style applied if you use the red theme, the header will look more flat; if you use the black theme, it will look more round. I personally like the round look, but I'll leave that choice up to you. Changes now listed at this blog post: http://ben-deepthought.blogspot.com/2009/09/lastfm-paint-it-blue-userstyle.html Comments accepted there or he
all credits to; http://userstyles.org/styles/9518 advanced version of my previous last.fm theme rounded light blue theme -> http://userstyles.org/styles/34973 there might be little glitches,bugs etc...and some features may not work properly,but it works well enough for my last.fm habits also it works well when paint it black is ON and with this; http://userstyles.org/styles/15630 enjoy.. here is screenshots; user profile; http://oi55.tinypic.com/2dtn3gj.jpg artist page; http://oi56.tinypic.com/mvhw8x.jpg charts page; http://oi55.tinypic.com/hsnebn.jpg
A nice and dark skin for last.fm; optimized for Firefox + Stylish. This skin works on all major areas of last.fm (like user, artist, album and track pages, forums, library, groups, events, etc), but there are some special pages that are not quite optimized yet (like Home, Radio, Global Charts). The skin also hides a lot of ads and "begging" links (like where to buy this album/track/ringtone). Note, August 2012: This skin reverts many of the recent changes to artist's pages, and brings back the left-side menu (that is floating now, and always fully expanded and visible). Bigger screenshot: http://hoffer.cx/data/lastfm_darkfancy.png
a clean, pink, white and grey theme for last.fm.
Compact layout of last.fm artist pages with the new design. Video section removed Friends who listen to next to bio Similar Artists in one line Top Tracks and Top Albums next to each other Listening Trend and Events next to each other
Last fm (lastFM) user navigation menus will be transparent. This style improves page visibility, allowing you to see all the web content behind the transparency. * Thanks to b0at for the Google Autohide Dots: Search and Account Options, upon which I got the idea for this style! Features: + User Name (Username) selection menus (Home, Profile, Recommended, Library, Events, Settings) will be transparent. + Menus will become more opaque when they are hovered over with the mouse cursor + You will be able to see images and text behind the header menu (see thru) until hovered over Works on both Firefox 2 and Firefox 3 Also works with the Painted Black built-in LastFM Style Integrates with the following Styles: Flickr - Transparent Navigation Menus (WOW!) Delicious - Transparent Navigation Menus Last.FM nav menus are also known as badger dropdown lists, and consist of UL (unordered list) code segments Edit the Transparency (-moz-opacity) to your liking. Remember, the closer to 0 you get, the more invisible translucent the menu will be, the closer to 1 you ge