Dark Classypedia, Fork with some Fixes

Added by nanselm@userstyles, Created: May 24, 2015, Updated: May 28, 2015
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To put it briefly: Classypedia style made originally by Nathan Black. My changes run down to making it dark, improving contrast and keeping stuff like TeX formulas, code samples, tables and whatnot on Wikipedia readable, clear and consistent within new colour scheme. Far from amazing, but does not hurt brain AND eyes.

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Please report any and all problems that will catch your attention. And yes, I know that the source file is a mess.


28 May 2015, v 0.1.2

Spotted few more tags that required change (quotes and completely forgotten category panel at the bottom).

27 May 2015, v 0.1.1

Cleared most of the code decoration. I really wanted to figure out a good syntax highlighting for boxes with code, but there are just too many tags for that. Since I know that there must be a better solution then mapping them one by one, I have some tinkering to do.

26 May 2015, v 0.0.3

A bit more tuning and making source code samples, tables and equation neater. Few bits and pieces regarding separation of various 'containers' were added.

25 May 2015, v 0.0.2

  • Corrected (or at least I hope that I did) some problems with image backgrounds.
  • Adjusted the width and padding ratios for main content box.

24 May 2015, v 0.0.1

Style was published.

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