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Google Web Search Gray. Need some code to be written.

edited November 2009 in userstyles.org
Hello, I am using this great style: [Link] Can any body PLEASE write some code to remove a few items as described in the picture here:

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  • edited November 2009
    Did you try this style yet? I don't see any of that stuff, sorry.
  • Posted By: makondoDid youtry this styleyet? I don't see any of that stuff, sorry.
    Thanks for the suggestion, I did try it, but the items still remain.
  • edited December 2009
    The_File
    Is there any way you can show us how this junk appeared for you, so we can reproduce it? Because if we can reproduce it, I'm sure it's very simple to remove.
    However, from looking at your screenshot of what is appearing on google images, I've tried to write up something that could possibly work in removing it.
    But it's a shot in the dark. Let me know if any pieces of the junk are removed, without removing or interfering with anything else.
    NOTE: ADD THIS CODE AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF YOUR GOOGLE STYLE
    Google Web Search - Dark Gray Theme (vC)
    http://userstyles.org/styles/1693
    AFTER THE LAST BRACKET } OR ADD THIS CODE INTO A NEW AND SEPARATE STYLISH EDITOR.

    EDIT:

    @-moz-document url-prefix(http://images.google.),
    url-prefix(http://images.google),
    url-prefix("http://images.google.com/images"),
    url-prefix("http://www.google.com/images") {

    img:not([src="/intl/en_ALL/images/logos/images_logo_lg.gif"])
    { display:none!important; }

    img a
    { display:none!important; }

    a[aiotitle="The LIFE photo archive"],
    a[aiotitle="Google Image Labeler"],
    a[aiotitle="Product Ideas for Google Images"]
    { display:none!important; }
    }
  • edited November 2009
    @Barbiegirl

    Thanks but*

    It doesen't work =( I did everything as you said and it failed to removed those ads.

    =(

    Can we please try another method?.
  • edited November 2009
    The_File

    I need to reproduce it exactly to get the exact id of the junk. With the id, it is a super quick fix. Does this junk only appear when logged in or not logged in, or both ways. Think of how it came about.

    * What about temporarily disabling
    Google Web Search - Dark Gray Theme (vC)
    http://userstyles.org/styles/1693
    then empty cache
    then a firefox restart.

    * Or temporarily turn all styles off in stylish, to see if junk appears then. (it might be another style that is causing this junk to appear)
    Click: stylish icon on toolbar or statusbar
    Click: turn all styles off

    As soon as I can reproduce it, I will write up the code to remove it for you.will work on it
  • edited December 2009
    UPDATE:
    READ my post directly above but...
    I really need to know what country you want the google for because google images @-moz-document url is more complicated than just google


    In canada this could also work but will also remove LINKS: Advertising Programs, Business Solutions, About Google, 2009 Google.
    And code below must be added at the very bottom of your
    Google Web Search - Dark Gray Theme (vC)
    http://userstyles.org/styles/1693
    AFTER the last bracket, or add this whole code in a separate stylish editor.

    EDIT:

    @-moz-document url-prefix(http://images.google.),
    url-prefix(http://images.google),
    url-prefix("http://images.google.com/images"),
    url-prefix("http://www.google.com/images")
    {
    img:not([src="/intl/en_ALL/images/logos/images_logo_lg.gif"])
    { display:none!important; }

    center,
    center a:link:not([href="/advanced_image_search?hl=en"]){color:transparent!important;}
    }
  • edited December 2009
    I tried everything including clearing the catch, disabling all styles but the google gray search, I did change the country code, and even tried to write a new style for the page, but none of it worked. I hand written a html page with the source of *MY* Google gray search style. I hope you can help.

    [Download]

    Why not write a new style all together to get rid of the junk on google images?.
  • edited December 2009
    Playing with all this, i ended up with this, works for me (but goo is a pain to work on, i won't be surprised if it show tomorrow again! Styles seem to get stuck there ans you can never be sure what you see is what you get):

    @-moz-document url-prefix(http://images.google.com) {

    center a:link:not([href="/advanced_image_search?hl=en"])
    { display: none !important; }
    html body center table, html body center div, html body center font, html body center p font
    { color: transparent !important; }

    image
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