Ars Technica Fixes (2016)

Added by Ois@userstyles, Created: Jul 19, 2016, Updated: Sep 20, 2016
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Just a few tweaks to make Ars Technica more bearable on a Desktop Monitor over the tablet form view they changed to on 2016-07-19.

PLEASE NOTE: This is designed to be applied when using White-On-Black and the Unified Layout.

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v0.07 - 2016-09-20: A new way of images in the main body is now used. Promoted tweets are no longer scrunched up to the left. Also made some changes to the footer so text does not go to multi lines as much as it was.

V0.06 - 2016-08-21: A new instance of image positioning showed up. This applies a fix to keep it in the content area, not slipping out the left side. Should also fix the peaking header from showing unless you scroll to top.

V0.05 - 2016-08-04: Stops the black background on the civics forum area. Sorry!

V0.04 - 2016-08-02: Fixes some issues that cropped up with more content images sticking out of the margin. Ordered CSS changes to make forks easier.

v0.03 - 2016-07-28: Fixes the Gallery image carousel being broken and floated left images sticking outside of page. Adds in Ars UK (sorry! not many articles came up in unified while testing, forgot about this one.)

v0.02 - 2016-07-24: A few font size fixes based on feedback. Should stop video headers jumping out the left side of the main content area.

v0.01 - 2016-07-19: Initial tests, changes some colour contrasts, image placement, and quote line widths. Tested for the Dark Theme.

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