- added user css - added preview gif - added entry to readme - updated links in readme to match my new username
Custom stylesheets I made for websites that I use. You need a browser extension if you want to use these; I prefer Stylus.
I like to use Mastodon's basic web UI (not the "advanced" one that looks like TweetDeck) on my computer and there were a few things about it that bugged me. You will need to change the domain name to match the instance that you use.
New York Times Crossword free (syndication)
Some newspapers' websites embed a crossword widget which is sourced from the NYT daily crossword. With this you can play the NYT crossword for free with the last week of puzzles available to select. The main issue is that it seems to be designed for use in
<iframe>s and thus feels very cramped if you were to visit the page on its own. This userstyle is my attempt to fix that!
Picrew Image Maker Widescreen
⚠ Doesn't work currently!
Makes the picrew image maker fill the entire width of the page.
The image maker shown above was made by NUDEKAY.
Twitter: Hide trends and follow suggestions
Netdata: Hide Cloud annoyances (deprecated)
Heads up: If you manage your own Netdata server you can turn off cloud by creating
/var/lib/netdata/cloud.d/cloud.conf (or bind mount it if in docker) with the following contents:
enabled = no
Since that is what I do now, I have no use for this style and I will no longer be maintaining it.
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Netdata is a self-hosted server monitoring utility with an optional cloud service. If you don't plan on using it, this theme will remove all references to their cloud service and tidy up the UI.
CC0 / public domain, so do whatever the hell you want!