Readable and black text on white background. Readable text means the font-size: 12pt & line-height: 160%
Paragraph ( and element) line-height: 170% for all website. It is unobtrusive style. Related styles: Readable List, Readable Table, Readable Break Line
This code sets the VFox tab-close buttons at right side FOR VFox|FINDER 1.0 and HIGHER FOR VFox|AQUA 1.0 and HIGHER
This code disables throbber on tabs in VFox Skin ... Edited: Default VFox Skin haven't Site icons in tabs... so you can apply this code to disable throbber
Tab Icons in VFox skin are transparent , you can show it loading this code...
Single Stop and Reload Button to make compatible with Stop-and-reload-button Add-on Only for VFox | Finder2 2.4.1 or high By VSDigital®
selection background like safari (light blue background)
Limits the maximal line-length ("paragraph width") of elements that are supposed to hold text directly in them. For better readability: unlimited paragraph width on large viewports is hell; too wide text columns on tiny viewports causes ugly horizontal scroll. Also, it tries to centre them. It is said that optimal paragraph width is somewhere around 80 glyphs per line. I am using "60ex" max-width for elements that mostly uses proportional font, and "80ex" for those commonly 'monospaced'. Tweak it yourself if you like ;) This should not destroy any layout (it is not using any "!important"), but it does not mean it cannot cause any unwanted change. Namely affecting these elements: [p, h2-6, caption, th, lh, td (Yes, disputable. Remove if it makes troubles), li, dt, dd, address, blockquote; pre, xmp] For more info see the source. Feedback welcomed!
Make directory listings from ftp and the local system look nicer. This is just a bug-fix release of Moktoipas's stellar "FTP pages were awful [sic]." CHANGED ITEMS If you open these two styles in a graphical diff program like gvimdiff or tkdiff, you'll see that I changed very little. Minor fixes implemented from comments on FTP pages were awful For file://, I moved the non-table parts into an ftp-only section and then demanded explicit hierarchy for the table elements, based on the post-rendered hierarchical structure of: CSS lets us specify an elements by parents, elder siblings, and exact attribute content for each element/parent/sibling. This lets me use every non-snipped bit above, thus mostly eliminating collisions with Sage (whatever that is) and non-auto-generated local html content. You can find more on this at http://w