This gets rid of all the annoying crap that is on your Myspace homepage. I'll admit, I can't figure out how to change the bulletin headings, so if you know how let us all know in a comment. You can also apply this to your bulletin pages and mail pages! Just change the subdomain to "bulletin.myspace.com" and "mail.myspace.com". You can thank me later.... Or now. P.S. My ad doesn't show up thanks to AdBlocker (another Firefox Extension).
home.myspace.com is made to look half decent. All the crap that you don't really need or want is removed and the whole thing is given a nice red theme. All the ads don't show up either, but they'll still be loading and slowing the page down. To truly block them download Adblock for fireworks. Edit: MySpace is changing right now, presumably to rectify their shoddy coding. Because of this parts of this code may soon become obsolete. I shall try and keep up with this as best I can. Apparently some guy has ripped off my version and made it blue, but to be honest i don't care and it looks nice enough =P Check it out. I'm also currently experimenting with changing the rest of the Myspace pages too, but theres so many, and therefor so many problems to overcome. Bear with me.
**UPDATED:4-1-2009** Cleaned up the code and eliminated new modules. Cleans out everything but: Login box Main user box Mail Control Bulletins Profile view counter box Friends list While leaving the top & bottom menus, and the color scheme, the same. Leave some feedback if you like it. Screenshots of login and main page.
This is a modification of my Home Mono. Basically it's just reverse colors, with a few extra unnoticeable changes. Update 10-13-07: Removed new top ad. (*bugs* big space at top, search bar is still there) Update 10-14-07: Removed Advertisement^ image and adjusted the top links
This style hides a plenty of stuff on the homepage, leaving only the Profile Badge, Activity Stream, Friend Space, and Post box. It also makes everything darker. 8/10/2010 - Undeleted! Completely Rewritten. 9/24/2009 - More fixes... 5/19/2009 - Fixes to "Status and Mood" box. 1/20/2009 - Added help for getting the applications box back.
Make those boxes bigger! Why do they need to be so short!? Version .02; - Added some code to make the font a little more manageable. - Resized the boxes and got rid of the scrollbar bug.
MySpace BandView - optimizes MySpace for non-members to look up bands by Dan Rasmussen Some of us aren't members of MySpace, and will never be. MySpace BandView hides those parts of the site that aren't useful to us, and tidies a few things up. Here's what it does: 1) Hides the background image - makes for faster scrolling 2) Hides the MySpace-specific contact table 3) Hides the list of MySpace friends 4) Hides the MySpace friend comments 5) Makes some of the text bigger* (when the default is too small) *: I'd like some help to get this working better. I've spent too much time working on it already. Maybe at some point I'll have interest in doing it myself, but it will get fixed sooner if I get help. The following is either too small, or irregulary sized: General Info: Band Website, Band Members, Influences, Sounds Like Upcoming Shows: heading, "view all" link, venues. This style isn't perfect. If you send me corrections and suggestions, I
http://quasistoic.org/ts/archives/2006/03/03/sanitizing-myspace/ The incredibly long rule that Kupfel points out is used to get rid of the ads that certain "MySpace Profile Generators" insert into the "About Me" sections of user profiles. See above URL for more info.
I used (and liked) Myspace - Simplified home.myspace.com but i wanted a couple things different, so i changed them. Every change is documented in the code, you can change them back pretty easily. List of changes: removed "cool new videos" from the home page, because face it, they're not. (5/23/07) Re-integrate "Hello Yourname!" and made header backgrounds light gray so they stick out a little. Improved compatibility with a couple greasemonkey scripts (most notably add image links 2 -- which is highly recommended) (3/19/07) I re-integrated the nav bar but added the ability to select which links appear in it (2/17/07) Signout button exists (on top right) Search bar exists (with no links) All(?) homepage ads are now blocked without the need for another extension. The generic topnav bar DOESN'T exist, because i never use it when i'm on my homepage except to click the search button (but it is very easy to add back in if you want, even if you have never touched css before i'm pretty sure you could figure