Tired of seeing blank home page of Yahoo Login, well here I put a wallpaper of a beautiful view of the forest.
Yahoo Black & Red This theme is not finished but The US Version is 98% done. Canada version is 40% done. The rest of this theme will be done, It just takes time due to so many pages and domains.
- Updated to support New Yahoo! Mail Interface (Oct 2013) Removes all the ads from Yahoo Mail including: - Right-side banner - Folder area ad - Empty folder right side ad - Send message confirmation ad - What's New right side ads (2) Other useful styles: http://userstyles.org/styles/89992/yahoo-mail-remove-top-nav-bar http://userstyles.org/styles/82413/yahoo-mail-text-button-labels
remove right sidebar, keep message list as wide as browser window is Donate on Yandex.Money - 41001983972724
Compacted Yahoo header, simply to leave things just for mail, along with removed ads and apps. Hidden Ads, Top-bar changed into a pop-down Top Bar on mouse over, and generally made more room for the e-mails while removing some extras. Works with all Themes, so feel free to choose any.
A dark theme compatible with *NEW* Yahoo! Mail. Charcoal background combined with smooth grey text and cool teal and violet highlights makes a theme that is easy on the eyes.
a modified version of Yahoo! TV Cleaner ( http://userstyles.org/styles/1472 ) ... the code is all the original code, with only the addition of code to center the listing in the middle of the page so it looks a little cleaner 200902.03 - minimized the header a bit, to pull all the main content up a bit... to view more on screen at a time; 200902.09 - removed the hours/time bar in the middle of the listing;
A dark theme featuring classic Yahoo! purple to compliment cool shades of blue and grey. This style works with most Yahoo! domains. I tried to keep this simple and fast, so no replacement images or base64 are in this script. ***UPDATE!*** I found this script also works with The Huffington Post. It isn't seamless, but the layout is similar enough that I really like how this works. If you prefer to keep your old install of Yahoo! Cool Dark Purp, just add [domain("huffingtonpost.com"),] to the list below @-moz-document.