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Ars Technica: just the article (v5, from Jan '09)

Added by b0at@userstyles, Created: Feb 13, 2007, Updated: Mar 28, 2009
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Description:

Just the ArsTechnica article remains.

Features:
- liquid layout
- underlined hyperlinks
- theme agnostic (light or dark background set with cookies by the site itself)
- clearly-commented CSS selectors for:
... displaying navigation elements (and now the "more" menu works without javascript enabled)
... hiding images (magazine-style annoying heading image hidden by default, other images shown by default)
... displaying a link to comments/forum near the article title (which still gracefully degrades to a forum link without script)
... darker, more readable link colors for the light theme (dark orange unvisited, gray visited -- off by default)


Changes:
20090328: make discussion link visible again after a markup change
20090303: hide tagline (big orange bar below the article)
20090210: hide "pull quotes"; hide intial "figure" image by default (doesn't seem to mean much, even when the article has other images)
20090129: Rewrite for new layout
20070303: Rewrite for new

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Applies to:
arstechnica.com
License:
CC0 1.0 Universal.
b0at@userstyles has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Ars Technica: just the article (v5, from Jan '09), to the extent allowed by law.

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