Hackaday Whitewash

Added by stupid939@userstyles, Created: Sep 21, 2016, Updated: Mar 02, 2017
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Description:

The main feature of this style is to change the background to white and darken the text colors. The ads and sidebar have been removed, and the header/footer have been updated to reflect a minimalist style.

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===Version Info===
v0.2b - 3/2/17 - Added a few changes in response to a few small Hackaday format changes (the search bar location is now fixed). The style is also no longer global.

v0.1b - 9/20/16 - This is my first release, which attempts to change entire Hackaday color scheme, hide all ads, and remove unnecessary widgets.

===Instructions===
No options to configure. Just install and enjoy!

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Applies to:
hackaday.com
License:
CC0 1.0 Universal.
stupid939@userstyles has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Hackaday Whitewash, to the extent allowed by law.

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