How to Remove the Yahoo bar from Flickr

Follow the instructions in Steps 1) and 2) below to remove the Yahoo bar from the top of Flickr pages on your browser:

1) Install the "Stylish" extension:

Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/stylish/
Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stylish/fjnbnpbmkenffdnngjfgmeleoegfcffe
Safari: STYLISH IS BETA, use at your own risks! http://sobolev.us/stylish/

2) Install this CSS style to remove the Yahoo bar from Flickr:

http://userstyles.org/styles/90060/remove-yahoo-bar-from-flickr

Note: Click "Install with Stylish" on the top right of the style page above. Do not click the large green Download button (it's an ad!)

3) In addition, you might also want to try this one that un-floats the big black Flickr nav-bar:

http://userstyles.org/styles/90062/un-float-the-black-flickr-nav-bar?r=1372896448

With this, the big black Flickr nav-bar will stop "floating", giving you the entire screen space to view photos! The big black Flickr nav-bar will be at the top of each Flickr page, where it used to be, and it will scroll with the rest of the page (rather than occupy precious screen space). I can't live without this one.

Please share this page if you found it useful!

And mention its URL on the last page of this Y!-bar Flickr forum thread.

And don't hesitate to buy me a drink!

14 comments:

Johan Sundström said...

Thanks a lot for the guides!

Kendra said...

THANK YOU!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this information. It is a relief to view flickr without the Geocities nav bar from the 90s.

Marinos said...

Thanks mate!

Annieta said...

Many thanks....I'm happy without the toolbar of Yahoo..:))

Annieta said...

Many thanks!!!

Allan Jackson said...

A big thanks for this from Brisbane.

Anonymous said...

Awesome, thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, it worked!

Anonymous said...

Just great - thank you

- wetwebwork

Brewster said...

Doesn't work with safari.

Anonymous said...

It works great with Firefox 23.0.1 but it doesn't with Safari 6.0.5, unless I'm missing something. And yes, JavaScript was enabled in Safari > Preferences and still no "Install with Stylish" for Safari showed up. :(

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much! The spook is gone:-)

Alan said...

Thank you! Man I hated that bar.

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