View Full Version : How I make the ROG forum more widescreen-friendly.

11-09-2013, 08:50 PM
Hello there. Thought I'd share a bit of custom css I made that makes the forum a bit nicer to read (in my opinion). Having 1920x1080 is nice, but a lot of forums, including ROG, seem to use a fixed width (940 pixels, iirc). This ends up in wasted space on the sides (my Firefox is set to 125% zoom to begin with):

Thread list:

Single thread display:

With a bit of user css, you can make it look like this:

Thread list after:

Single thread after:

You can see that the single thread is displaying a lot more text, and I've forced it to justify alignment. The code is really simple:

Get the Stylish addon.
In the Addons - Userstyles page, hit Write new style, and paste:

@-moz-document url-prefix("http://rog.asus.com/forum/") {

body {
width:95% !important;
text-align: justify !important;


And that's it. The 95% forces the body of the page to take up 95% of the screen width, obviously you can edit that.

For Chrome's Stylish, the way to specify what URLs the css applies to is done outside the css code, so (I don't have Chrome installed btw, but am pretty sure this works):

body {
width:95% !important;
text-align: justify !important;

is all you need - then make sure you set it to apply to URLs starting with http://rog.asus.com/forum/ to ensure it doesn't break other sites.

11-09-2013, 09:58 PM
Thanks Vill .. always good to see the next ROG look'd out for ..
I'm a 1280x1024 kinda guy for just this reason. The 1920's 'bug' me.+.c.