The Register Old/New Mix

Added by DJShadesUK@userstyles, Created: Feb 09, 2016, Updated: Feb 09, 2016


Mixes the best of the old and new style El Reg.

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Not the best example of User CSS, its ugly but it works! ;-)
Works best in conjunction with NoScript and Ghostery as they prevent Javascript being loaded from other (advertising) domains which mess about with the DOM and CSS.
  • General: Restores links back to original colours
  • General: Hidden all advertising
  • General: Hidden ugly social media buttons from Masthead
  • Navigation: Retain sticky navigation bar
  • Navigation: Hidden popup submenus with no content(?!)
  • Navigation: Hidden large popup images/links section
  • Navigation: New complementary colour scheme (replaces white over white!)
  • Headlines: Hidden large article teaser image on main page
  • Headlines: Hidden large article carousel on section pages
  • Headlines: Hidden time-stamp and comment counts (often inaccurate!)
  • Headlines: Hidden little headline images
  • Headlines: Added vertical separator between headlines and ri
  • Headlines: General page tidying (repositioning of elements) after hiding things
  • Articles: Hidden large "hero" image, in-line images remain
  • Articles: Hidden article author hover-card
  • Articles: Hidden "Sponsored link" at bottom of some articles
  • Articles: "Comment" button styled to match those in comments sections
  • Articles: Reduced size of "Read More" section below articles
  • Articles: Hidden "Whitepapers" section that appears below some articles
  • Articles: General page tidying (repositioning of elements) after hiding things
  • Comments: Restyled all buttons to match (corner radius and colours)
  • Right Hand Column: Removed faint border around images
  • Right Hand Column: Hidden Tags section
  • Right Hand Column: Hidden Whitepapers section
  • Right Hand Column: Hidden Promotions section
  • Right Hand Column: Hidden Jobs section
  • Right Hand Column: Hidden Read More section
  • Footer: Changed background colour to contrast, but compliment, main content area

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