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"Nodes To Consider" - Hide Nodes Already Voted (CSS)

by Perlbotics (Bishop)
on Mar 14, 2010 at 21:55 UTC ( #828610=monkdiscuss: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Dear Monks,

I regularly visit the Nodes To Consider (NTC) page and vote - which sometimes involves a lot of scrolling and re-parsing.

The following few lines of CSS added to the On-Site CSS Markup text area of the Display Settings nodelet helped me to get a somewhat clearer overview by hiding the bodies of those nodes, I've already voted in the past.

In the hope, that some might find it useful too - here are the CSS alternatives for completely or partially hiding NTC nodes already dealt with:

/* Nodes To Consider (id:28877): Completely hide nodes that you have voted in the past. */ tr.ntc-body.ntc-voted, tr.ntc-head.ntc-voted { display: none }
/* Nodes To Consider (id:28877): Hide bodies of voted nodes only. Authorship, consideration information, and voting results still v +isible. */ tr.ntc-body.ntc-voted ul { display: none }

Personally, I prefer the latter option (both checked with Opera and Firefox).

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Re: "Nodes To Consider" - Hide Nodes Already Voted (CSS)
by Hue-Bond (Priest) on Mar 15, 2010 at 08:59 UTC

    Nice! I chose to use the first version. Thanks!

     David Serrano
     (Please treat my english text just like Perl code, i.e. feel free to notify me of any syntax, grammar, style and/or spelling error. Thank you!).

Re: "Nodes To Consider" - Hide Nodes Already Voted (CSS)
by Argel (Prior) on Mar 15, 2010 at 18:36 UTC
    Pretty slick! I went with the second one. Thanks!!

    Elda Taluta; Sarks Sark; Ark Arks

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