Oh, no!

Almost all ROOT related web pages inherit their “look and feel” from the “Drupal” and/or “phpBB” systems (and one tries to keep them looking as similar as possible).

Unfortunately, nowadays, web designers tend to put much too much effort into the “look and feel” of web pages. As a result, it’s difficult to read them on devices which have somehow “limited” hardware capabilities (e.g. the display resolution).
In the meantime, the problem became so severe that people started to develop anti-beauty solutions.

For the Mozilla Firefox web browser, there exists an add-on called the Greasemonkey, which allows one to customize the way a web page displays or behaves, by using small bits of JavaScript.
(Hint: search the Internet for informations on how to run Greasemonkey user scripts in your preferred browser.)

Please find attached two Greasemonkey user scripts:

[li][color=#FF0000]ROOT.Ninja.user.js[/color] - this script makes the ROOT Homepage compact (note: it does NOT apply to any ROOT Discussion Forums related web pages)
Last Modification Time: 2013-07-10 13:02 UTC
Known Problems:
[] images embedded into the web pages with the C++ source code from the ROOT Tutorials are displayed too much to the right (one usually needs to “scroll-right” in order to see them)[/li][/ul]
[li][color=#FF0000]RootTalk.Ninja.user.js[/color] - this script makes the ROOT Discussion Forums web pages compact
Last Modification Time: 2013-07-10 13:02 UTC
Known Problems: None[/li][/list:u]

Have fun,
Wile E. Coyote - SuperGenius.
ROOT.Ninja.user.js (3.06 KB)
RootTalk.Ninja.user.js (21.6 KB)