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Forces websites to display the images only - that is, IMG elements only, so background images won't be viewable with this! Tries to hide everything but the images and displays them inline. Attempts to remove emoticons, avatars, logos and other stuff to clear the way for the "important" images. Also displays how many images there are. Page background-color is an olive green. Outlines image links in orange (not guaranteed), non image links are outlined in black. Transparent image will be laid on top a checkered background. Caveats: Hover effect lags on some pages, like various Wikipedia articles. Position and display rules are causing this, but they are fundamental. May not work on pages with frames. You'll lose your place on a page, including all tabs, if you're reading an article :-) Good for quick browsing of image threads, oekaki, whatever.
Cleans the page up for free users.
This will color the brief "flash" of white that appears when opening a new tab. The color is set to grey (#555) The option I've provided will allow you to color about:blank and about:newtab (with grid disabled) pages. Edit the color value in the code.
As requested - http://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/35342/change-bookmarks-to-something-else-on-the-bookmarks-sidebar#Item_4 Look at the code, change "My Stuff" to whatever you want. This style won't be supported.
This is an experiment with SVG filters. I can only recommend this for Windows 7 users who aren't using a custom theme. BUT, you can edit the values to your liking if you read the Notes section below. This affects the HTML5 progress and XUL progressmeter elements. This will change the default green progress meter into a blue one. After installing the style, you can see the change in appearance - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/progress#Result
Firefox UI styles are for Firefox 28 and below. Only works with the Menu Bar hidden, AKA Tabs-on-Top A proof of concept style that changes the window controls at the top-right area, for only the main browser window. It doesn't affect fullscreen controls. Style A: Uses unicode entities that may or may not work on your system. The CSS is dedicated to the Public Domain. Style B: Uses an embedded font. Licensed under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ If there are glitches, try restarting Firefox.
Firefox UI styles are for Firefox 28 and below. It mimics the look of the close tab button. You can customize the color of the "x" and background color. Read the code, it has comments. It's flawed because I can't get the x to be vertically centered, and controlling the height without clipping is problematic, so it looks a little awkward (rectangular). I have no idea how this will perform on non-English localizations of Firefox.
Hides the location / URL bar / address bar drop marker. For those who disable suggestions / history.
If you want to remove it, here's a solution. Adjust padding in code to set spacing between URL text and the box's edge.