Based on and replaces Julien Couvreur's Greasemonkey script (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/593) of the same name. Helps to visually identify password fields. floodo1: see "style 450"
Now the are mozilla styled !!! Icons are from here: http://art.gnome.org/themes/icon/569 To contact me: http://www.moktoipas.com/contacts.php
For those of us who like to use non-standard OS color themes know how ugly pages can get when they default to the colors that the OS is using. This style fixes that problem by causing all input UI devices to default to black text on a white background instead of the OS color-scheme. I did not chage fonts, borders, or sizes of anything only coloration. Also, I did not make this !important so pages with custom input UI CSS can use custom styles.
Makes paragraphs justified by default. It looks better IMHO. Screenshots are of http://annevankesteren.nl/ . Note, this code can cause some minor visual bugs in websites, such as when a paragraph is inside a centered div, the paragraph can become uncentered. Edit: there is a better-working user script at http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/4065 , use that with Greasemonkey instead.
This is only a concept. You can of course make it more beautiful (colors, graphics, etc). I'm awful at designs. Changelog: * 2008-05-15: Changed the styles and title to "Firefox Feed Viewer: 2 columns" * 2006-05-21: "Bon Echo Feed Viewer Minimalist"
center the table within the body
These are the exact styles copied from the excellent Read Easily extension, adapted for Stylish.
Hand cursor with Excel icon for links to .xls files. Because I'm a lefty, it's a LEFT hand.
I find avatars and emoticons on forums annoying. Always have. I just want to read the posts. Most "good" forums allow you to disable avatars/emoticons but often still show them if "sourced" from places other than the forum. This will allow you to block either or both - based on personal taste. Some find smiley's valuable to convey "meaning," so in that case just block the avatars - you get the idea. Please visit www.tagworld.com/paulfox for more filterset information.
Outlines targets on a web page so you can see to where you were linked.