There are a couple of other dark Astronomy picture of the Day ("style 2426 and 11392")styles but neither addressed the margin issue where the text runs from one side of the screen to the other and I thought their text was too dark and small. I had written one to give it margins that I had been using, incorporated their idea to give it a black background and remove the boarder around the images. I also made the text easier to read being a shade of white instead of grey. I used an .em font size instead of a .px size they had used which will size the text to your default. Made the links a little brighter than the text and underlined, change when they are selected, active, or visited. Made bold text slightly bigger and brighter than regular text. Set the default color of text to snow color that wasn't inside some other in-line element such as P or B which the other two neglected (this left some text still black and invisible) by setting the the text color style for body of the page.
Fixes ugly sites, forces background images to none and background color to white, fonts to black, gives the site margins so it doesn't run from one side of the screen to the other. Makes fonts bigger.
Ever been on a site and you can't tell what are URLS or which one's you've visited? Can't tell which items you've dugg on Digg because everything is the same color? Well this will force all the URLS to be underlined, red for unvisted, blue for visited, green for links you are hovering over and Black for a link you are clicking. If you remove the comment marks /* */ from around background-color you can change the background of URLS also.
This is a global style I use on sites that have no margins or tiny fonts, colors that are hard to see. I am nearsighted and slightly color blind so colors that don't have good contrast are hard to see. It will also highlight URLs and sets the background to white.
This is a global style I use on sites that have ok margins but have tiny fonts, colors that are hard to see. I am nearsighted and slightly color blind so colors that don't have good contrast are hard to see. It will also highlight URLs and sets the background to white. The same as my other global but this one doesn't set margins. I modified it some what after running into a site that insisted in having black backgrounds images, color and light grey text. It now forces no background image and makes most of the elements black text with no background also.
This is a usefull change to LDS.ORG, full screen documents run from one side to another so I wrote a style to give it some margins so I don 't have to read from one side of the screen to another. This is usefull for a LOT of sites that don't have any margins.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America IE NACA https://www.naca.com/ Is one of those sites that seriously needs some margins so you can read it with out going from one side of the screen to the other. Also their links were not very clear so I gave them a white background. The site looks much better and is easier to use this way. I contacted their webmaster and offered some suggestions but never got a response.
Provides margins so the verses don't run from one side of the screen to another Centers text on screen and increases size.
Starfleet Commander style to change friendly alliance background, if you have trouble telling friendlies from other normal users this script will change the background of the Friendly NAP members and people on your buddy list to a green color which will make them readily identifiable. Because this affects the other user background colors, I also had to make adjustments to the background color of your own planets and enemy alliances you are at war with but they are close to what they are originally. For some reason I can't explain removing the background image on the friendly planets and changing it to a new color background also changed the color of your planets to the same background color as the friendlies so then I had to fix that.