Your users shouldn’t have to jump around the page looking for the important information they want to see. Resetting the basic repo information to the left side of the screen allows user to instantly read-up on the project details. (This design is catered towards left-to-right readers mind you).
We now also utilize all the available screen space, dependent on the user’s browser window size.
We make similar updates to the ticket item view and also remove the out-of-place
margin-bottom from the project link headers.
You can very easily implement these custom CSS changes with an extension for the browser of your choice:
Then create a new custom CSS file to target
github.com with the following properties:
That’s it! Feel free to improve on this and further make it your own! I might create a new repo for this project if I end up adding even more improvements to the core CSS.
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