Simple theme to bring back a Dark Theme to Yahoo Fantasy Football's page. I used lebster's theme as a template but made a few modifications to it.
Dark / night mode for all Yahoo websites.
- Updated to support New Yahoo! Mail Interface (Oct 2013, March 2014 and June 2014 updates) Removes all the ads from Yahoo Mail including: - Right-side banner - Folder area ad - Empty folder right side ad - Send message confirmation ad - What's New right side ads (2) Other useful styles: http://userstyles.org/styles/89992/yahoo-mail-remove-top-nav-bar http://userstyles.org/styles/82413/yahoo-mail-text-button-labels http://userstyles.org/styles/99175/yahoo-mail-march-2014-enhancements
I've only seen one Yahoo! user login of this recent layout on userstyles.org so far by JaaC1. All I did was edit the original CSS background URL. I thought I'd blend the top and bottom white borders into a background and give it more of a flow into the white. It isn't perfect but it looks nice.
Tired of seeing blank home page of Yahoo Login, well here I put a wallpaper of a beautiful view of the forest.
Compacted Yahoo header, simply to leave things just for mail, along with removed ads and apps. Hidden Ads, Top-bar changed into a pop-down Top Bar on mouse over, and generally made more room for the e-mails while removing some extras. Works with all Themes, so feel free to choose any.
After experiencing issues with Yahoo's themes system and being one that uses all the major email systems, I created a homegrown Touhou theme just for Yahoo! This works across all branches within the Yahoomail system. Enjoy!
remove right sidebar, keep message list as wide as browser window is
Chinese Font using Noto Sans 中文字體 思源黑體 Must install Noto Sans CJK 請安裝思源黑體 Noto Sans CJK includes Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, & Korean 思源黑體CJK包含繁體中文、簡體中文、日文、韓文 ----- https://www.google.com/get/noto/#sans-hant
A dark theme featuring classic Yahoo! purple to compliment cool shades of blue and grey. This style works with most Yahoo! domains. I tried to keep this simple and fast, so no replacement images or base64 are in this script. ***UPDATE!*** I found this script also works with The Huffington Post. It isn't seamless, but the layout is similar enough that I really like how this works. If you prefer to keep your old install of Yahoo! Cool Dark Purp, just add [domain("huffingtonpost.com"),] to the list below @-moz-document.