Posted: 18 Dec 2009 08:59 AM PST
Want to hide all the stuff you do not really need on your personalized iGoogle homepage? Thanks Super iGoogle, a handy Greasemonkey script, you can simplify iGoogle to only show you the content you need to see.
Why hide iGoogle content?
I really didn't want to hide everything you see in the screenshot, I mainly needed a way to hide the left sidebar, because I really only use one page on iGoogle for my calendar, RSS links and e-mail. Once you get Super iGoogle installed into Greasemonkey, the tool itself is pretty self explanatory.
What about other Google links, settings and more?
You get a drop down menu added to the iGoogle web page, where you can choose to hide or show the header, the sidebar, the footer and the mini search the script adds to the very top of your iGoogle page. Other menu items include:
So all the usual iGoogle settings are there, they are just tucked away so they are not a visual distraction to you.
Download the Super iGoogle user script on UserScripts.org.Add me on Twitter! Come follow my daily antics, links, tips and more @mitchkeeler on Twitter!
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