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More Greasemonkey examples

Although my Bloglines fix is no longer necessary, lots of other great examples of the Greasemonkey scripting engine have turned up. Jeremy Dunck and Aaron have launched a user scripts Wiki with links to a wide variety of scripts, ranging from fixing the colors on Slashdot to skipping interstitial advertisements.

This is really turning out to be an amazing tool—it’s like bookmarklets on steroids.

 

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1. Posted Jan 19, 2005, 10:09 PM ET by Dave M.

Is there a way to have Greasemonkey highlight links that have the new "rel='nofollow'" attribute in them?

I saw something in Firefox that uses the Web Developer Bar to use a user.css file, but it would be nice if it were something a little more persistant than just the page you are viewing.

2. Posted Jan 20, 2005, 12:50 PM ET by david currey

Add this to your usercontent.css file
via http://philringnalda.com/blog/2005/01/is_rel_nofollow_really

a[rel~="nofollow"] {
text-decoration:blink !important;
color:lime ! important;
}

3. Posted Jan 20, 2005, 8:55 PM ET by Dave M.

Thanks, that worked like a charm!

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