Remove Extra White Space Margin From Google Search Results
By on July 2nd, 2009

Quite recently Google rolled out some changes to their search results page, however one of the change is quite annoying.

It adds some extra white space to the left hand side margin of the results page as you can see in the screenshot below.

white_margin_google_search

If you do not like the extra space in the margin, you can get rid of it by using a script, that will work on with Greasemonkey installed.

In addition to removing the extra white space in the margins, it will also change the new Google logo and use the older one.

Download Google Old Google Greasemonkey Script

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  • http://mintywhite.com/tech/ Rich

    I knew something was different — I just couldn’t work it out. I guess it’s space that’s used by the new enhanced search features.

    Thanks for the tip.

  • R. Llull

    I guess if your site were called Designer Buzz, you would be celebrating this left margin for improved readability and usability. :> I think it’s a nice adjustment, personally.

 
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