On all websites, change the width of tab characters in code from the default 8 spaces wide to 4 spaces wide, or whatever other size you choose in the selector below. The setting affects all HTML <code> elements. This is like my other style GitHub: better-sized tabs in code, but it applies to all websites. However, it only works on properly marked-up code – this may not work on some sites that present their code in an unusual way.
Add blank space between actual search results and “related items” so you don’t confuse them for each other.
Makes some online books and articles by Eric S. Raymond (catb.org) much easier to read. Affects The Jargon File, The Art of Unix Programming, The Art of Unix Usability, A Brief History of Hackerdom, The Cathedral and the Bazaar, and The Unix Koans of Master Foo, as well as some of the articles linked from Eric’s Random Writings.
Allows you to select text when reading stories on FanFiction.Net. (FF.Net blocks selection of story text; this style undoes the block.) Balm for compulsive highlighters, as well as users who want to select text to do something with it.
Hides the large globe/map on the Forecast.io weather forecast page. This lets you see much more of the page below without scrolling, such as the detailed forecast for today.
Change the width of tab characters in code from the default 8 spaces wide to 4 spaces wide. For Ruby code, tabs are 2 spaces wide. (Number of spaces is customizable using the selectors.) This style applies to code anywhere on GitHub – in repositories and in Gists. For example, code might go from really long indents to more reasonable indents This only affects code indented with tab characters (\t). Code indented with multiple spaces will look the same. Customize your desired size of tabs below.