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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...


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