Wolfram Alpha - Elastic design improvements

Added by Aliquod Bonum@userstyles, Created: Nov 20, 2015, Updated: Nov 20, 2015
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Windows extends it's window snap functionality with every new release. Most website designs are unable to cope with the smaller size of snapped browsers. This style removes unnecessary white space and collapses lesser used elements.

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The Wolfram Alpha http://www.wolframalpha.com nicely centers all content. Not so the http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=pythagorean theorem. Here large margins are added to both sides of the content, leaving a large white space. Additionally, the content is flanked, on the right, by a sidebar with ads and social media buttons.

With this style:
  • The left and right margins are removed, effectively making the width of the page equal to the width of the content. The width of the content itself can be chosen under 'Preferences - Result Width'.
  • The sidebar is removed.

The example screenshot shows the Google Chrome browser on Windows 8.1, taking up half the screen of a Surface Pro 3. The content width is set to 650px.

Similar adaptations are available for http://freestyler.ws/style/130938/google-mail-elastic-design-improvements.

Let me know if you experience any problems. In that case a screenshot might be useful.

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