I've got this page which has a lot of data I don't need, as I've already clicked on it, but it repeats often so I have to visually look for blue. I realized this could be more efficient, and asked a CSS friend if I could set the element to hidden based on whether or not the containing link has been visited. Apparently you need js for that.
Tree that results in removal (or visibility:none) of the li.result element:
li.result div.avatar a
I'm trying to figure out how to do this via googling, and got something on Expert Sex Change that didn't help much. How would you do it?
This is for Greasemonkey, so tips that involve adding code to the page and checking cookies are useless. I apologize for not making this clearer than just tagging the post greasemonkey before.</div