LibertyPost

Added by rd001@userstyles, Created: Dec 09, 2011, Updated: Jan 05, 2015

Description:

For the news forum LibertyPost. Overrides the TABLE layout of the sidebar and NavBar to create scrollable gradient-filled semi-transparent popup menus. Which sounds much grander than it actually is.

More info
I've marked out in comments where users might want to remove some stuff I've just been dinking with. Pinguinite forums are broken on the RA_Article SPANs. As with RA_Comment SPANs, both should be changed to DIVs.

This style has been tested on Mac and on Windows using Firefox v3.6 - v34 with generally consistent results. All the features work on the Mac version (abbreviating huge articles and huge comments into a scrollable text box, so you don't have to scroll wildly to get past some really long post.) When that SPAN/DIV bug is fixed, this will be more straightforward.

12-14-2011 - made the NavBar "float" (not scroll with the page). I included comments to tell how to modify it back to a non-floating menu, i.e. pinned to the upper left of the page. I also changed the A top: positions to use a a:nth-child(0n+1) selector to reduce CPU use for positioning the items in the NavBar.

1-17-2012 - added libertypost.net to the domain's scope.

1-1-2014 - I added support for the latest version of Firefox v34 and did the minor changes needed to accommodate gradient backgrounds in Chrome v39. On 1/5/14, I had to add a bit to accommodate a new menu item, Contact.

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Installs:
Applies to:
http://libertypost.org/cgi-bin/headlines.cgi, http://libertypost.net/cgi-bin/headlines.cgi, http://libertypost.org/cgi-bin/postcomment.cgi, http://libertypost.net/cgi-bin/postcomment.cgi... More »
License:
CC0 1.0 Universal.
rd001@userstyles has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to LibertyPost, to the extent allowed by law.

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