Minimal dark gray style for Fark.com Best results: 'Disable headline color hover effect' in the myFark preferences.
This style does one and only one thing - it removes the annoying top level element begging the user to disable ad-blocking on fark. Annoyances like this are why users install ad-blocking to start with.
Makes Fark dark! :D Basically I took a global dark theme I had ('Dark theme Global +Wrongplanet') and rejiggered it to make it fark specific. So thanks to whoever made that theme, don't know who you are. This can be easily modified to use for other sites just by changing the domain, will work better for some than others.
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.
Zenburn theme for fark.com
Dark Fark Brown includes all of my least favorite farker stuff. new: Fixed minimum width issue that made word wrap not function correctly. Removed new to fark real estate waister, as well as the header for the main columns. Removed plug and extra ad stuff. old: color make over: dark with brown links AKA 'me no longer a blind farker' removes whitelist adblock request AKA "squirrel farker" removes flashy link, under main link, referring to site that is linked to. AKA 'attribution farker' removes right column and header branding, that you never click, AKA 'BS farker' So long live my eyes, and down with the squirrels, attribution and BS. Although arguably, all 'news' on fark is BS.
Removes the useless stuff from fark.com. Pretty basic.
Update: fix for rightside menu removed google search logo removed space between comments quick fix
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.