Libraries and Themes
This is a boilerplate Chrome extension options page that is styled to fit in with the Chrome settings page. It removes the need for developers to define their own options page styling and makes the options page look like part of Chrome.
To use this in your own extension, clone the repo into your extension directory, follow the instructions in the comments to replace the placeholder text, and append your own
<p>tags as well as form elements to create your options page.
This script maps functions from the Chrome notifications API to the WebKit notifications API so Chrome notifications API functions may be used in older versions of Chrome (or in other WebKit-based browsers).
This is a Tumblr theme inspired by the test chambers in Valve's Portal. It uses with black wall tiles as the background, white concrete wall panels behind posts and the sidebar, and signage tiles as the backgrounds of link posts, ask bubbles, and sidebar headers and buttons.
This is an attempt to recreate the Google card UI in a floating Chrome app window. You can test it out by cloning the repo and then loading the cloned directory as an unpacked extension in Chrome/Chromium.
It requires the ability to create transparent windows, which was experimental up through Chrome 31. Thus, this app specifies a minimum Chrome version of 32.
While it looks very similar to the City of Heroes forums, no graphics (except the logo and background image) were copied. Nearly every texture and gradient was replaced with a CSS3 alternative.