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Userstyle for making all of GitHub completely fluid.

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Wide GitHub

Userstyle for making all of GitHub completely fluid.

Why

Well, we just shipped split diffs—hell yeah!—and now only part of the site is fluid. This makes it all fluid with just a bunch of CSS.

Disclaimer

I work at GitHub. This repo comes with absolutely no promise of an official full-width interface GitHub. No such project is under way, and as you'll find with this userstyle, it's not as simple as just adding more CSS. That said, enjoy!

How to use

Install a userstyle manager for your favorite browser:

Stylus

Website: stylus * Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/clngdbkpkpeebahjckkjfobafhncgmne * Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/styl-us/ * Opera: https://addons.opera.com/extensions/details/stylus/

Stylish

Due to privacy concerns (extension has permission to all your browser data) Stylus is recommended.

Website: userstyles.org * Chrome: currently not available (checked 2018-07-19) * Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/stylish/ (be sure to place the CSS inside the

@-moz-document domain("github.com")
block) * Opera: currently not available (checked 2018-07-19)

Other

  • Safari: http://code.grid.in.th/

Then, copy-pasta the styles from

github-wide.css
into a new userstyle. Be sure to specify that it apply to sites beginning with
https://github.com/*
.

In addition, you can apply styles from

gist-wide.css
to sites beginning with
https://gist.github.com/*
.

Userstyles.org

If you use the Stylus (or Stylish) addon you can find one-click installs including automatic updates via the packages below.

Bug reports

Open an issue or submit a pull request, please.

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