Removes right sidebar and expands comments on whole page.
Hides comment blocks that have been buried.
This is a steampowered version of digg.com.
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..
Just removes the ads. Btw, generally speaking I'm not an "ad hater".. (Digg has done a great job and I'd like to make sure they reap all the ad related revenue that they can). I just started to get annoyed with the video ads that Digg's ad network is serving up.. well not that annoyed but annoyed enough to put this style together. This style is again dirt simple.. just remove "msads" elements. Check out the my similar Just Hotmail. Thank You. (Oct 2009)
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
removes the ad whitespace, and allows the comments to stretch across the screen
This removes everything I find annoying about Digg. -Remove all ads -Remove as many distractions as possible -Remove... well, a lot of things. What's left is the stories, and the comments.
When you have AdBlock enabled, it does get rid of the Ads but then there's ugly big gaps on every page. This solves that :)
This is a color variation of my other style for Digg: http://userstyles.org/styles/12026 It uses a dark background color, but then uses the blue and green base colors of digg as highlights and such. Preview can be found here: http://i40.tinypic.com/wbdq8j.jpg