this is a combination of Cleaned Up Dark & Dark Fark with a color shift to blue instead of green. It's a total hack so one is just pasted below the other & the hex for the colors altered. works with foobies too.
DISCONTINUED Minimal dark gray style for Fark.com Best results: 'Disable headline color hover effect' in the myFark preferences.
Overrides the 880 character max width setting which causes the Brazilian strip down a wide screen
Removes the useless stuff from fark.com. Pretty basic.
Makes the comments in the new Fark.com theme a bit more familiar and much easier to read.
I was highly annoyed at the hover put on the front page over each new item. We don't need the row turning light-purple every time you move your mouse. This is stupidly simple, but it puts it back to the old normal-white background, no matter where you move your mouse.
*v3.1: They changed up the CSS, so this went all wonky. Here's a fix. 5/14/07* Just adding some more onto this one, I believe it was originally posted by TheEndless and added to by Mr Guy (mad props for saving my eyes, you guys!). It hopefully restores some more elements of classic Fark. Should work for both TF/Lite pages. I'm a total CSS illiterate, my entire programming education has consisted of two quarters of Java, so it is very likely this is sucky and buggy. But hell, I like it. Flames, kudos, bugs, suggestions, BIE/WIE (okay, maybe not WIE - maybe) go to uncreativenickname at gmail dot com.
Yet another style to make FARK's redisign less atrocious. Blocks ads, makes comments resemble the older style, reclaims a lot of screen real estate.
This style changes the Fark design to something more akin to the old skin while retaining some of the better parts of the new skin. Essentially, it reverts the comments to the old style, removes the ads, takes away the rainbow of tabs, and moves the important links to the left rather than the right. It also leaves some space on the right to give the main content a more centered feel.
based off of cleaner-2. help: bodyHeadlineContainer area needs to be more flexible