The Dutch Police, Brabant Zuid-Oost, posts on twitter, but it uses the police background image, which makes the page unreadable. This style removes the background image.
http://www.mellowbusiness.com Made this to release on my blog about simplifying business. This style removes a lot of the extras of Twitter without negatively affecting its looks. A very simple style that removes objects such as: - The Twitter logo - Footer - Header navigation - The amount of followers/following/updates - RSS section
Enabled Fluid Design Removed Yellow Bulletin Bar Removed 'Promotions' (Definitions Box) Some other padding alterations. 13/02/2010: Quick fix to @-moz-document, wasn't working on Twitter SSL; set to entire domain.
This is a modified style of http://userstyles.org/styles/12893 that makes the twitter web interface fit nicely into the sidebar. To use it, create a new bookmark for "http://twitter.com/home?small" and make sure to check the "Load this bookmark in the sidebar" check box. [Update] Made the login page look nicer in the sidebar.
Twitter - RTL
Recently, Twitter's private-tweet lock image disappeared to me. It took a while to figure out what was wrong, but I tracked it down to the CSS 'inline-block' display property... which does not work in versions below Firefox 3. For those of you who are either unable or unwilling to update Firefox for whatever reasons (for me, it's an unwillingness to let go of an extension that isn't available for version 3), this may be of use. It restores the private-tweet lock icon. Of course, it has no effect on public tweets. Not very useful for anyone else, unfortunately; and I have no clue whether it works in versions other than Firefox 2. Credit goes to the following site (found through Google) for helping me figure out how to fix the issue: http://www.quirksmode.org/css/display.html#inlineblock
floating notification for new tweets
transparent background image, fixed tweet input box, adblock(and no-footer). 背景透過、 つぶやき入力固定、 広告・フッタなし。
This style needs Firefox 3.6 ;) If you want to click a link in Twitters "Popular Topics", and this link is a "fade-out link" you can't click it... With this style you can! ;) :D