Mostly done. The logged in parts haven't been finished but almost all of the site while logged out works for the most part. This is ugly uncleaned code but it works. I'll organize it better once it's done. Slashdot is such a pain to try and code for because their code base is absolute rubbish, reminds me of all the table based layouts back in the day.
Makes Slashdot Dark.
Make it easier to browse Slashdot from work, without being too noticeable.
Slashdot done like my other Dark Shiny Transparency styles in a teal color. Requires and looks best with Firefox 4 or later. For Chrome, recent version is required.
This style is meant for Slashdot.org, a news site for people interested in IT and technology. It removes: - Sidebars (optional) - Tags (optional) - Unnecessary whitespace - The day breaks (don't care when news was posted, just show it) It changes: - Grey/black background - Centers articles with a fixed width of 900px - Moves the 'from the ... dept' text to the right side of the article subheader Note: - I ranted about their code before, but with the latest redesign they've produced proper HTML. Very possible to style, so: yay!
広告を消して本文領域を広くする。 もしかすると使うかも知れないものまで消してるかもしれない スラッシュドット ジャパン < http://slashdot.jp/ >
Dark Slashdot theme inspired by the DeepDark style. Updated to accommodate Slashdot beta. Significant whitespace reduction and less clutter, including total removal of the right-hand column when reading a story.
Solarized Dark theme for the Slashdot website.
Makes the article page more readable on mobile devices by hiding most of the extraneous content.
This style makes Slashdot cleaner and easier to read by justifying article, journal and comment text, making article quotes inline, removing the curves from the sidebars (they face right while the articles' and header's curve faced left), and about a dozen other minor tweaks. Some CSS taken from: http://userstyles.org/style/show/452 edit:fixed version number in title, lol