The source css is from Jimmie1717's dark twitter. I deleted some errors, removed the outdated image source and modified some encountered bright white elements. Please set the background through twitter navbar -> Settings -> Design and your main font color theme through Your Profile -> Edit profile -> Theme color Also if you want to remove image preview function, I recommend this style https://userstyles.org/styles/114445/theme Other people may set a dark font theme and bright background, if you want to overwrite their settings, you can add this style: https://userstyles.org/styles/120452/overwrite-twitter-theme-color-and-background
Hi! If you have any trouble just send me a message here or a DM on Twitter: @hzmen1 I recommend you to use this script I made too: https://greasyfork.org/es/scripts/9952 (You need Tampermonkey with Chrome or Greasemonkey with Firefox) ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Choose your settings and press install ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓
A style that make Twitter looks like Spotify! The pictures talk for itself! >Tested on Chrome, Firefox, and Opera October 2015.<
A black restyling of Tweetdeck. (Use with Tweetdeck set to dark)
Updated: 25-04-2015 Anonymous Dark Twitter Theme. Follow me on https://twitter.com/trickortips Follw me on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/trickortips
Removes the follow recommendations, trends, import friends and a few other things on Twitter.
Same layout, other than a little repositioning. Transparent twitter stream background. Please ask a question or leave a comment if needed. I will fix any problems/errors/defects that occur.
Preserves your Link-Color and Background Image! You shouldn't expect an update if you doesn't tell me what I'd have to update, I'm a programmer, I'm all day busy so I can't check or search for bugs by myself. So FEEL FREE (and a little bit compelled if you really want an update) to tell me what is going wrong. Oh and thanks for downloading!! Bugs to @Punkuntildie (Or suggest me a page to make a style)
Wide Minimal Creamy Blue Twitter with circle avatars
Doesn't actually follow the guidelines, but it's close enough. Use it with TweetDeck set to dark.