Improves the contrast of www.metafilter.com (the blue), ask.metafilter.com (the green), and metatalk.metafilter.com (the gray). Update (20080607): add metatalk style, tweak new bestleft class for author's comments, darken background for related questions box
Don't like Metafilter's new headlines? Remove 'em!
Metafilter - Baby Blue (by golyadkin) has not been updated since 2007, and since that time, various new CSS elements appeared on Metafilter that are resultingly unstyled. This is a hijack of golyadkin's userstyle (until such time as he or she chooses to resume updates, if such time arrives) to keep it up to date with Metafilter's continued development.
If, like me, you've been staring at the Blue for 10 years now, it gives you a purple background instead.
Makes the individual posts on the front page of most of the subsites more visually separate.
Nice long lines of black text on a white background, with no sidebars, no colours, and no images. Gives you all the joy of Metafilter, without any of the conspicuous blue or green.
For people who don't like white text. See also Ask.Metafilter - Pastel Green
Love the site, hate the style. I based this off of two other styles I found here, Metafilter Baby Blue and Metafilter Just the Story. It could probably use improvement, but it's working well for me. Much more readable, removes the ads (I'd prefer to leave them in to support the site, but the iframes carry the old styling).
I took the Metafilter White user style (by jreid), spliced in some code from other sources, and came up with this, for the purpose of a more low-contrast style than the black-on-white of Metafilter White. UPDATE (3/28/2010): I noticed I had forced a font choice, and that it was causing errors on smaller screens; removing those lines seems to have done the trick. UPDATE (5/8/2010): I may have finally fixed a display bug that involved the unboldfacing of a navigation link while hovering over it. UPDATE (9/22/2012): Some changes to restore border-radius functioning and to bring in line with required Userstyles.Org change.
This script allows you to change the visited link color across the Metafilter sites. It was so close to white that after I clicked on a link in a long narrative (especially on AskMe) I had a hard time finding it again. Note: Plutor, of Mefi Greasemonkey script writing fame, wrote this for me. Thanks Plutor! By default the visited link color is changed to a light brown. Edit the script in Stylish and change the HTML code to anything you like.