uses code from pile0nades's excellent Slashdot Classic 2.0 (it hasnt been updated for awhile so i figure no point in having two styles) add to display:none rule to hide article icons #articles .topic, this code is kind of a monstrosity so it can be bugged looking at times Updates: hide leftside menu till hover/active (click+drag on a link to keep it open) made idle more like the rest changed comments border bunch of fixes worked on the comments box fix for tag arrow widen idle comment reply fixed firehose page a bit fix for large whitespace on some pages a couple of changes for the new stuff change fixed font comments to usual font fix for search blocked by previous stories some fixes for idle. fix for Anonymous Cowardon changed searchbox not to expand on hover couple fixes for tech. removing the ads question box also removed the user box from articles
black, minimalistic, wider
Restores the classic look of Slashdot.org, before the redesign contest. Update: fixed some white space, and removed the beta comment system checkbox. If you want it back, delete the relevant code in the beginning of the style.
Fix Slashdot links: underline links only when active or hovered, always use blue
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!
Article and comments only Full width Justified Size 12 font
Makes each story box on the front page extend all the way to the right edge of the page. Only works when right-side ads, etc. are filtered out with Adblock or another style.
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Simple and Dark slashdot style. Please update frequently, as this style is currently being developed.
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