A dark version of UserStyles.org planned to be eco-friendly and user-friendly with black & white contrast reduced to a gray scale. ----------------------------------------- 23-dec-2009 v 1.0 Changelog: * Several bug fixes; * Changed default text color to a darker one; * Several code improvements;
Follow me for updates to this theme and more, http://twitter.com/hljames The classic command line look for this site, browse this site like as if you are working the web.
I noticed on istyles a problem with the search form alignment so I corrected the problem. don't know if anyone else was experiencing this but enjoy :)
Water-tile background with yellow text for Userstyles.org
Not much change, Just a grey background (http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ahNnhr2AcPjB7M:http://throk.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/grey-tile-stripes.jpg) and changes to text.
A fixed version of UserStyles.org - Remove Obsolete Styles by Amanda Kerik.
Widened Sidebar a little...Center Aligned Text for all Headers...Tahoma font...Subtle hover effects...Both before and after screens are from this style...Larger Screenshots...More for Widescreen Monitors... Comments/Suggestions welcomed...Few other dark styles if you go to my profile... * Adjustments for front page and Misc color changes throughout -- 2.10.11 -- * Adjusted for new forums...Still some tweaking to do * -- 1.10.11 --
Userstyles.org Dark-N-Grey by yetisquatch just tweaked for Chrome/Chromium & other webkit based browsers.
Hover over a userstyle link on this site - the link will fade-in to a color based on its rating! __________________ | green = good | yellow = OK | gray = no rating | red = bad '------------------ If you want the colors to show up all the time, instead of mousing over them, delete all instances of ":hover" in the code (like I did when I made the screenshot). To adjust the fade-in / fade-out timing, modify the number with an "s" after it: .5s = one-half of a second. Change the "ease-out .5s;" number to set the fade-out length. (It triggers when you're NOT hovering over it, i.e. when you move the cursor away.) Try "ease-out 2s;" and the links will take 2 full seconds to fade out. Tested on, and written for, Google Chrome and Firefox*. Probably works on Safari. *colors WILL work on Firefox 3.6 and earlier versions, but the CSS transitions won't. UPDATE: The style lists should now have less spacing in between them; the non-style links are excluded from the colorin