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I was inspired by Aristotle's Perl-Blue theme; by indicating /index.pl?node_id=167905&displaytype=displaycode in one's User Settings (under Link to External CSS stylesheet:), one can use Aristotle's theme. There has been some discussion before about a way for users to submit CSS for other Perlmonks to use.

I would suggest a section, if the Gods so choose. But, otherwise, why not just make this node the home node for a User CSS Repository? Post your theme CSS in code tags as a reply, and we will quickly have a list of interesting themes that we can use simply by linking to "/index.pl?node_id=id&displaytype=displaycode"

Be sure that you have only the one code block containing the CSS, and that includes making sure code blocks in your signature are trimmed out for this thread...


In reply to User CSS Repository by radiantmatrix

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