For CSS users: This style displays DIV elements and their class/id attributes, and hides other elements. * * * This is a little incomplete style :p Some bugs have been found like following. - If DIVs have some class/id attributes, only the first class/id are rendered like "div.class" or "div#id", and others are rendered only their name. If you know their solutions, or find another bug, please tell me.
Hover over a showing toolbar for yahoo toolbar to show up. Move pointer away from toolbars for yahoo toolbar to hide. Must have yahoo toolbar and it must be checked under view-toolbars.
I took the brownie theme and changed the colors for an Xbox type theme. Great for gamers. For more of an Xbox theme, try the Xboxfox theme for firefox.
hide the menu permanently - cacher le menu définitivement
Removes 'ShareThis' buttons from all websites. November 17, 2009: Now blocks "AddThis" too.
Allows you to Customize the focus-color of web forms. When you have a textbox, checkbox, radiobutton, textarea, or button focused, it is very hard to see where your focus is. This style fixes the problem with focus by changing the area's background and foreground colors to stand out to the user. Increases screen navigation and readability. This style customizes the color based on its function (if focused, it will turn green...) Once again, this style supports both Firefox2 and Firefox3. Fully Customizable colors - simply edit the HEX codes. Now there is no need to install Highlight Focus or Configuration Mania Addons, where they would not change the buttons back to black text when not focused (This was only a problem in Firefox 3). Functions / Features: + Non-Focused form objects are Black Text / Button Background (based on theme) + Focused Buttons are Lime-Green text / Black Background + Ubiquity text will now show up and will be easily readable! Applies to: + Te
Style for Motsu Tabetai http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/38398
Changes your mouse cursor into a pretty cute Greasemonkey icon when hovering over user script links. p.s. if you are using the GreaseKit add-on for Safari, you may load this as a user script. if wrapped in script, most css styles (including this one) are fully compatible with GreaseKit.
10pt monospace font for text inputs (inc password) and textareas.
Puts a red dotted border around links that use the 'rel="nofollow"' attribute.