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Theming using an external CSS stylesheet.

Posted by chuggerguy (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 22, 13 at 1:38

This thread is styled externally using CSS (Cascading Style Sheet). Basically, what you see here is hopefully close to what I see throughout GW.

For anyone who happens to be running Firefox and prefers the look of this thread to the basic GW style, you can, if you wish...

(1) Add the Firefox extension Stylish.

(2) Install this userstyle.

What "Stylish" does is allow the user to apply their own(or a pre-written) set of styling rules to a web page, giving you more control over what you see, and especially how you see it.

After you install Stylish, you can easily find where it says "Find styles for this site...". If you do that while on GW, you'll find the ones I wrote.

I wrote this for my own simple tastes, to kill time, and to learn new things. I can't guarantee it will suit you, if it does not, it's every bit as quick and easy to remove as it is to add.

This post was edited by chuggerguy on Fri, Mar 14, 14 at 2:05


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RE: Theming using an external CSS stylesheet.

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Just for fun.

Show of the day...


Should change a little past midnight each day.

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RE: Theming using an external CSS stylesheet.




I love Linux and the power it gives me to script. Not that it can't be done in Windows, I just don't know how.

Right click a video, select "converttohtml5" and the script does the rest. Makes an appropriately named folder, produces the appropriate media files, rsyncs the folder to my server, hands me the code to post it, and cleans up afterwards.

Can't really see what's happening in the video unless you go full screen.

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RE: Theming using an external CSS stylesheet.

moved again

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Testing?



Capture is Linux Lite on the computer I just put together. I like simplicity and I suppose it shows. Low budget system, not impressive but compared to my netbook and other ancients, it's snappy fast.

Mostly uploaded the image to make sure my server, which I transfered from my very old Compaq to my "soon to be but not quite yet" old Acer, has the necessary extensions/programs/permissions to resize images, etc.

My Compaq wasn't doing well for reasons I don't quite understand. Maybe I'll put Linux Lite on it, or CentOS, or... just rob it of SATA cables, HD's etc. and retire it. Already got the burner. :)


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Way back when I thought I had figured out how to grow tomatoes.


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