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So, who likes that new Y! nav bar on Flickr?

July 13, 2013 | Computers

Yeah, that’s what I thought. There’s a lot going on in the Flickr interface as it is. Adding a garish purple Yahoo! bar across the top just sends my eyes in to fits.

So here’s a bit of CSS that’ll hide nav bar in its current incarnation:

  1.  body.with-eyebrow #eyebrow {
  2.   display: none;
  3.  }
  4.  body.with-eyebrow {
  5.   background-position: left top !important;
  6.  }
  7.  body.with-eyebrow #global-nav {
  8.   top: 0 !important;
  9.  }
  10.  body.with-eyebrow .subnav-refresh {
  11.   margin-top: 0 !important;
  12.  }

Now, here’s the tricky part: where do you put this? Most browsers include a user stylesheet override that can be edited. Its just a matter of where this file is.

For example, on OSX using Chromium that file is located at ~/Library/Application\ Support/Chromium/Default/User\ StyleSheets/Custom.css

Finding the location of the file on your specific browser is outside the scope of this article. So do a quick search on Google, edit your custom CSS file, and bask in the glory of a less suckage on the flickr interface.