Custom content filterTo create a content filter, look at the source code and find the category attribute of the div that encloses a sample image on the dA front page. The code will look something like this:Custom content filter3 years ago in User styles More Like This
At the end of that tag there is an attribute "category" that has the value "fanart/traditional/paintings/books". You will want to tell your browser not to show divs with a certain category value.
To hide a category, you use this base code:
Variants of this code are:
The circumflex in front of the equal sign will match a category beginning with "whatever", e.g. "whatever/bears" as well as "whatever/bunnies".
The dollar sign in front of the equal sign will match a category ending with "bunnies", e.g. "whatever/bunnies" as well as "ohmygod/not/any/more/bunnies".
The equal sign on its own will match a category that is exactly as given, e.g. "no/more" will only ma