LanX:

For years, I've been using the suggestion in Re: The big Vote button to put a little CSS in the display settings to put the vote button in my UL corner. Since it's already built into perlmonks.org, it won't increase the traffic. You can also use an external CSS style sheet with this method.

I use the first clause below (I'm leaving the rest here in case I bungle my settings in the future and need to find it again):

input[name="sexisgreat"] { position: fixed; top: 0px; left: 0px; z-index:1; padding: 5px; border: 4px solid red; } pre.code tt.codetext { counter-reset: codeLines; } pre.code i::before { counter-increment: codeLines; content: counter(codeLines,decimal-leading-zero) ": "; } span.line-breaker { content: '' } div.readmore { background-color: inherit; padding-left: 4px; border-left-width: 5px; border-left-color: #00ff00; border-left-style: solid; margin-left: -9px; } input[name="viewedNewNodes"] { position: fixed; top: 0px; left: 0px; z-index:1; padding: 5px; border: 4px solid green; }

Just drop it in the "On Site CSS Markup" section of the "Style Sheet Settings" are in the Display Settings page. Alternatively, put it on your hard drive and link it as an external style sheet in the "Link to External CSS Stylesheet" box (I use C:/Work/DATA/PM.css).

Edit: tweaked last paragraph.

Edit: The last section puts the "Check for newer nodes" / "I've checked all these" button on the Newest Nodes page up in the UL corner as well. I put an ugly big border on them so I can find them quickly with my old tired myopic eyes... ;^)

...roboticus

When your only tool is a hammer, all problems look like your thumb.


In reply to Re: Lightweight interface to cast votes? by roboticus
in thread Lightweight interface to cast votes? by LanX

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