terra: fandom » ffvi, so fearless he mixes primaries (for relics of the past)
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What it says on the tin, CSS to hide plurk ads on free accounts. Copy and paste this into your plurk stylesheet. Only works when your custom stylesheet is active, so not on the app, and usually not on mobile. Plurk jailbreak will probably help.

.ynative, .resp_banner_ads, .cbox_ads, div.adsense, section.adsense, section.adsense h3, div.cbox_adsx, #resp_banner_ads { display : none !important; height: 0 !important; width: 0 !important; overflow: hidden;_overflow: none; position: fixed; top: -9000px; filter: alpha(opacity=0) !important; opacity: 0 !important; }

I will try to keep this updated, as plurk changes its code periodically.

Edit: Also available as a stylish script, if you can't use the chrome extension.

terra: fandom » ffvi, elegant amano terra (Default)
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Many years ago there were several stylesheets available for customizing plurk layouts. That all changed when plurk upgraded and broke everything. Galaxias is a layout that will work with plurk that is, instead of plurk that was.

code and variations below the cut )
terra: fandom » ffvi, locke cole and the adventures in zebraprint (i prefer the term treasure hunter)
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This is something I did at the request of [personal profile] jeeps, an update to the CSS tweak that lets you add a label to a plurk username that appears when you hover over a link. Useful for keeping track of your plurk friends who change their username frequently!

instructions and elaborations below the cut )
terra: fandom » ffvi, elegant amano terra (Default)
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CSS under the cut )

Feel free to modify this however you like, and follow me at [plurk.com profile] vigils for more coding. This layout uses icons by FamFamFam.


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