This is a global style that attempts to correct eye fatigue when browsing online. It is mostly a combination of existing code, plus some compatibility tricks for certain sites I frequent. This is designed to be used as a part of a complete dark theme solution I have detailed here.
This is a duplicate of an existing theme made by Heo Siu Nhun (Firebug Dark Theme (beta)) Link https://userstyles.org/styles/111047/firebug-dark-theme-beta The toolbars used to be changed to a different color, but now they don't seem to be. I went to GitHub and found the source as well as the new entries needed to re-color the toolbars to be the same as the rest of the theme. My edits are at the top of the script.
Basic dark gray scrollbars for Firefox and other Mozilla based browsers. Scrollbar up and down buttons are forced to always appear, thanks to trespassersW for the fix. Read "Notes" for important info.
Diseño de Facebook con una chica de anime
Removed all the clutter from BZI website
PATTERN noise background
green for eyes
To begin with, I have to thank Daniel Ritchie (Honestly Illustrated) for allowing me to use his work ^^ The original can be found here: painted black - file / ftp This style will give directory/ftp listings, local images (_except_ svg), and *sigh* some local html pages a dark look. If "white for all" doesn't suit you, try it :) Regarding Daniel Ritchie (Honestly Illustrated) original style, I felt grey/black too monochromatic so I added a little DeviantArt touch in it (green mouseover effects) Notes: - If you want to disable this skin, uncheck it in stylish then restart firefox. - Local web pages may have their design affected by this style. They can turn better... or worse. If you think you can improve it, feel free to let me know. ********* Version: 0.1 Last update: 30/5/2008 Based on: painted black - file / ftp Inspired by: deviantART Google (navbar fixed) Known compatibility with user scripts: Class Pages by Time & Greasy Black (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/22339) Known compatibility with chrome/extensions: Web developer generated pages, Hypertext DOM Brows
Hyperlink Visited Styling for ALL WebPages. This style improves page navigation and element focus, for pages without their own form of displaying the pages you have already visited. * Based upon Roblesolido's Link: Visited hyperlinks with opacity effect. Features: - Purple href hover highlight text (customizable) - Will only show up on pages that don't already have a visited color. In the case of an purple background, or custom sites. If you want this style to show up no matter what, add !important between the last 0 and the : in the code. Works on both Firefox 2 and Firefox 3 Integrates with Custom Hyperlink Hover Color (Global) Changelog: - Initial Release