On digg.com/video and digg.com/podcasts, the video icon is inside the Digg button. This moves it next to it instead.
A fluid high readability version designed for wide screen monitors with higher resolution. Larger font, stretched to fill screen, dim and shrink the sidebar, minimize the breadcrumb bar, move the URL to the end and dim, and dim the article toolbar. Sidebar has mouseover and breadcrumb has mouseover. [Updated for new Digg style December 2007] [Updated due to style change on digg.com on 6/28/08] [Updated due to style change on digg.com on 7/1/09] Gray hard coded inline style? What were you thinking? [Updated to remove fake digg submitions] Great idea digg, too bad I hate all the sponsored companies, and I can only tolerate so much.
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?!
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
Simple style to colorize nested levels of comments for the new look
Hides comment blocks that have been buried.
Removes some ads, makes comments fit the entire page
Since it makes a year since hte maker did the last modif, i decided to post my version of Beautiful Digg, which is a dark(almost black) skin for Digg. It might not be as great as the original, but sine digg changes templates quite often, better that than nothing. I'm not a big user of digg, i mainly use the front page and the comments. So if you have suggestions about things to change, keep me posted! As for the header, the rollover and other suck things are just making it be 60% of try randomly until its ok, which i dont feel like. There is color, its not white, so its not that bad anyways..
This does the following: Hides buried stories. Hides comments that do not meet your threshold. Cleans up the sidebar area.
This style removes the comments section of Digg submissions. Makes for a more clean, direct, and somewhat-objective presentation of the material available at Digg.