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GitHub-Dark - :octocat: Dark GitHub style

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📦 Install the usercss which supports automatic updates. 📦 Install GitHub-Dark Script which supports automatic updates and live customization. Refer to its README. 📦 Install from userstyles.org with customization, does not support automatic updates. 📦 Install manually from GitHub with no customization, but useful for development. The style is in Mozilla format. 📦 Install via custom build with customization from configuration file. Refer to this wiki page. ⚙️ GitHub-code-wrap to wrap long lines in code boxes. ⚙️ GitHub-Commit-Limit to show line length limits when editing a commit message. ⚙️ GitHub-FixedHeader to have a fixed header. ⚙️ GitHub-Selected-Tab-Color to customize tab colors. ⚙️ GitHub-tab-size to set a fixed tab size in code.

my-mac-os - List of applications and tools that make my macOS experience even more amazing

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I use a lot of applications on my mac. Below is a list of the ones that I love and use the most in my day to day life. I also share my dotfiles together with my iOS setup. And I made a Telegram group to discuss all things macOS/iOS.

Fork-Awesome - A fork of the iconic font and CSS toolkit (Font-Awesome 4.7)

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Fork Awesome is a full suite of 718 pictographic icons for easy scalable vector graphics on websites, originally created by Dave Gandy and now maintained by a community. Following concerns regarding the development of Font Awesome, the PR Freeze since Oct 2016 and the direction Fort Awesome is taking with the version 5.0 of their project, we are forking Font Awesome (4.7), in order to build on this incredible tool Dave Gandy has given us, while at the same time allowing this project to be run by a distributed community of contributors.

AwesomeSearch - :mag: Search all awesome lists in one second.

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https://awesomelists.top The domain name has been changed to https://awesomelists.top from http://awesomelists.me/ now. In a nutshell, there are many awesome lists in the Awesome :) We hope to build an application to access them more quickly. That's why awesome search was born.




Centurion - Centurion is a web-based framework for rapid prototyping and building larger web projects

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Centurion is a responsive framework built for speed, simplicity, and flexibility. Originally based loosely on the 960 grid built by Nathan Smith, Centurion boasted a responsive grid system that would help alleviate the headache of building responsive designs. Like all web projects it grew and started to capitalize on several different areas like: typography, buttons, tables, and more in order to create a seamless framework that could allow web developers to start up a new project easily without the need to override every little piece. If you're concerned about browser support then we recommend either html5shiv or Modernizr to your web site or project to help support CSS3 and HTML5.

Discourse-Dark - :feelsgood: Darken Discourse forums

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🎨 Stylus for Firefox, Chrome or Opera. 🎨 xStyle for Firefox or Chrome. 📦 Install the usercss with Stylus or xStyle. Supports automatic updates.

Quora-Dark - :school: Dark Quora

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🎨 Stylus for Firefox, Chrome or Opera. 🎨 xStyle for Firefox or Chrome. 📦 Install the usercss. It supports automatic updates.

StackOverflow-Dark - 📚 Dark theme for Stack Overflow & most Stack Exchange network sites

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This dark theme applied to Stack Overflow and almost all Stack Exchange sites (except Gaming and Area 51). 🎨 Stylus for Firefox, Chrome or Opera. 🎨 xStyle for Firefox or Chrome.


Wikipedia-Dark - :mortar_board: Dark Wikipedia

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🎨 Stylus for Firefox, Chrome or Opera. 🎨 xStyle for Firefox or Chrome. 📦 Install the usercss with Stylus or xStyle. Supports automatic updates. 📦 Install from userstyles.org with customization, does not support automatic updates (NO LONGER UPDATED).

react-creditcard - 💳 An awesome react credit card component.

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An awesome credit card component (and doesn't even use CoffeeScript!). Most of the card modules I've seen use CoffeeScript (and tbh I can't be bothered learning CoffeeScript to make a pull request), and some of them are not being actively maintained anymore. So I decided to port a combination of jessepollak's card and JohnyDays's react-credit-card.