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Built upon Global - Just Pics - intermittent use only Forces websites to display the images only. Tries to hide everything but the images and displays them inline. Attempts to remove emoticons, avatars, logos and other stuff to clear the way for the "important" images. Also displays how many images there are. Page background-color is an olive green. Outlines image links in orange (not guaranteed), non image links are outlined in black. Transparent image will be laid on top a checkered background. Caveats: Hover effect lags on some pages, like various Wikipedia articles. Position and display rules are causing this, but they are fundamental. May or may not work on pages with frames. You'll lose your place on a page, including all tabs, if you're reading an article :-) Good for quick browsing of image threads, oekakis, whatever.
Cleans the page up for free users.
Hides the location / URL bar / address bar drop marker. For those who disable suggestions / history.
If you want to remove it, here's a solution. Works on Fx14+. Don't know if it will work in previous versions of Firefox. Adjust padding in code to set spacing between URL text and the box's edge.
A dark blue theme that is imitative of the Firefox web developer tools visual style. It affects the Library / Places page ( chrome://browser/content/places/places.xul ) and the bookmarks sidebar. Made in Firefox 16, Windows 7 (Aero disabled), so I don't know how it will look on other operating systems.
It mimics the look of the close tab button. You can customize the color of the "x" and background color. Read the code, it has comments. It's flawed because I can't get the x to be vertically centered, and controlling the height without clipping is problematic, so it looks a little awkward (rectangular). I have no idea how this will perform on non-English localizations of Firefox.
This is for non-members. Makes the site dark (almost black), and strips the site of extra info - mostly on photo pages. It isn't absolutely minimal though. This style is only concerned with pages serving photos, everything else is neglected. Text = Grey/gray Links = near white
Some CSS play. Works smoothly on small, simple pages, but on pages with lots (or even moderate amount) of content to load, the transition is choppy. Tested on Firefox (5.0 is the minimum version supported) and Chrome. Sometimes doesn't work when navigating via Back and Forward buttons?
Hmm, uh-huh, yeah. Pseudo element version - Simply change the opacity in the code to adjust the "brightness". IFRAMEs will be doubly affected. Uses pointer-events property. Confirmed working in Chrome and Firefox.