Dark style for Digg Reader
A dark gray version for Digg.com. only the colors were changed, the layouts in terms of size, padding and so on remain unchanged, so you'll still have that original Digg feel. Digg Reader and Digg Store are excluded.
This is a style that makes digg look great in widescreen monitors. See the preview here http://static.flickr.com/59/177045790_0b347db0fe.jpg View more of my works at http://dodesign.fh-net.com
A Digg web 2.0 style I did on my spare time, did it in 10 minutes hehe - Web 2.0 header - Removes ads What else do you want?!
For those l337 diggers out there who have memorized all the URLs. This script removes the sidebar from the right side of digg.com.
This style, compared to my other style (Digg: Fluid, Fixed left-bar, No Burieds Stories), is much simpler and elegant. It locks the top menu to the top, thus making it accessible without having to scroll all the way back to the top, and the paging section is locked right below it, making it more accessible, as well. In addition, this will also removes all ads on the site and any story that you "bury". Lastly, if something isn't working for you with this style, let me know and I'll be sure to fix it. *** IMPORTANT: This style works perfectly with my "Digg.com Mirror" script (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/8262) *** ===================== Release Notes ===================== [2010-01-28] * Version 2.0 of this style was released. [2007-12-28] * Updated to match the changes Digg made to their site. [2007-09-03] * Removed the "Integrating with Digg" section from the sidebar. [2007-08-29] * Updated to match the new design of Digg 4.1. [2007-04-04] * Rewrote the description a bit, and rem
Digg - No Styles (SLK)
This script adds a small Onion icon before the link to articles on theOnion and alters the color to match theOnion logo. ====================================== V1 - April 11th, 2008 initial release
This is a steampowered version of digg.com.
Marks all the articles on digg that you've visited so that you know if you've already read a story. I found this especially helpful to identify stories I may have read in Digg's 'Upcoming" section so I don't bother with them when they hit the front page. ================================================= V1 9/18/2008 Initial release