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Dark Wikipedia Rounded

Modified version of tjwoosta Wikipedia Dark grey Smooth.

Updated: Apr 26, 2011 Installs This Week: 724 Average Rating: Good
Wikipedia Minimalistic Dark Material Design

NEW Wikipedia minimalistic material dark theme. Get a cleaner, easier-to-read wiki at night to focus on content while browsing a beautiful material design website. Theme by n0x (nox). Style based on Wikipedia Minimalistic.

Updated: Jul 6, 2016 Installs This Week: 532 Average Rating: OK
Wikipedia Minimalistic Material Design

Wikipedia minimalistic material light theme. Get a cleaner, easier-to-read wiki to focus on content while browsing a beautiful material design website. Theme by n0x (nox). Style based on Wikipedia Minimalistic.

Updated: May 8, 2016 Installs This Week: 201 Average Rating: Good
Wikipedia-Dark (ST)

Dark style for Wikipedia. Hosted with ♥ at GitHub

Updated: Dec 4, 2016 Installs This Week: 111 Average Rating: Good
Wikipedia - Dark, blue, simple

by grom. Please READ! Dark and blue color set for Wikipedia and it's sister sites, designed to be used together with a layout style (as in the posted screenshot). It works on it's own, but doesn't look quite as nice. I recommend you add Wikipedia - Layout, enhanced. Other layouts suggested below. Enjoy!

Updated: Sep 27, 2014 Installs This Week: 117 Average Rating: OK
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Wikipedia 1911 (rotane)

A Wikipedia skin that focuses on readability: Comfortable line-width, larger text, better typography, less visual noise, darkened colours. All menus are hidden by default: Move your mouse over to the left edge of your browser to bring back the navigation sidebar; move it up to the grey area on top to bring back the main article links. New feature as of version v0.9.9: Hidden Table of Contents: Move your mouse to the right edge of the browser window to show it. (And yes, i know, it's somewhat broken for smaller screens. I'm looking for a fix.) Also, this skin adds numbers to the headlines, via Wikipedia (readable, hyphenation) by Lupurus. Note: This skin focuses on the English Wikipedia, with a few fixes for the German one. But it should be mostly fine in any language. Read more about it here: http://fav.me/d7b8hap Inspired by this article by "1910": http://blog.weare1910.com/post/75576312730/a-readable-wikipedia

Updated: Nov 14, 2016 Installs This Week: 81 Average Rating: OK
Dark Wikipedia

Simple Gray Wikipedia theme. (It based on Wikipedia - Dark grey w/ nicer search box.) It works on New Wikipedia and fixed issues of the original.

Updated: Jul 30, 2012 Installs This Week: 87 Average Rating: OK
Wikipedia - Layout, enhanced

by grom. Slim, modern-looking Wikipedia and it's sister sites which works on Firefox, Chrome, Opera. Lets you concentrate on reading, with most tools conveniently compacted until mouse-hovered. This is a layout style. For different colors, read additional info below. Registered Wikipedia editors should add this companion style. Enjoy!

Updated: Jan 4, 2015 Installs This Week: 50 Average Rating: Good
Minimalist "Wikipedia 1911"

... This Style tweaks the "Wikipedia 1911" theme with some small yet powerful changes: - Hides all superscript reference links (You'll never look back!) - Changes all link colors to navy, which means they are distinguishable yet not distracting - Tweaked the transition times and cursor activation area of the TOC and Left Panel for better fluidity and accessibility If you'd simply like to hide the reference links and change up the text color, here's the CSS for a standalone style: https://userstyles.org/styles/126058/wikipedia-cleaner-text ...

Updated: Mar 28, 2016 Installs This Week: 46 Average Rating: Good
Wikipedia - Dark/Light, Width, Clarity [by Splark]

Options for dark and light. Easier-to-read width. Clear visual hierarchy. Includes sister sites (like Wiktionary). For more options, see the supplementary style. If you like this style, please create a quick account and give it a green thumbs up.

Updated: May 12, 2016 Installs This Week: 96 Average Rating: Good
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