autohide the menu & sidebar [Seattle PI]

Added by hideheader@userstyles, Created: Mar 06, 2013, Updated: Nov 08, 2013
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Auto-hide the page header and footer as icons in the upper-left and lower right corners, and autohide the sidebar at the left edge of the screen. Optionally, remove the ads, comments, and/or social media buttons.

More info
  • The front page layout is unchanged. All other pages are styled.
  • Hover over a placeholder to restore the header, footer, or sidebar.
  • The placeholder icons are animated to make them easier to find.
  • The "More on this story" sidebar is moved to the right of the article text.
Yes, and it works in Chrome now, too.

The is a (Or what's left of it.) The style may substantially work on other Hearst sites - add an @document filter and experiment.

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the (Albany, NY) , (Beaumont, TX) , (Bridgeport, CT) , (Edwardsville, IL) , (Greenwich, CT) , (Houston, TX) , (Bad Axe, MI) , (Laredo, TX) , (Midland, MI) , (Midland, TX) , (Danbury, CT) , (Plainview, TX) , (San Antonio, TX) , (San Francisco, CA) , (ex-Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, WA)

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