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This script/stylesheet is for PERSONAL use only!

You are free to install this script/stylesheet for yourself, but it is not allowed to be used wiki-wide (e.g., in MediaWiki:ImportJS, MediaWiki:Common.js, MediaWiki:Common.css, MediaWiki:Fandomdesktop.js, MediaWiki:Fandomdesktop.css, or MediaWiki:FandomMobile.css), as it would violate Fandom's Terms of Use.
(See the customization policy)

MinutelyWider is a stylesheet that makes the content container page just a bit wider, at the cost of having the global navigation bar collapsed to the left. This also locks the content container's width. A spiritual successor of FullWidthOasis.



You can use the snippet below to make the bottom account and notification controls pop out from the global navigation:

.global-navigation__bottom {
  border-radius: 0 10px 0 0;
  left: 100%;

.global-navigation__bottom {
  display: none;


This stylesheet is generally incompatible with any other script or stylesheet that alters the position or transformation of the sidebar container and/or the global navigation, such as:

  • DynamicOldNav, this stylesheet overflows the sidebar and the container and such making them unusable. A modification to MinutelyWider made most of the sidebar-altering stylesheet generally compatible.
  • EmeraldGlobalNav, this stylesheet shifts the user profile icon way to the upper right of the screen.
  • HydraRevived, this modification shifts the entire content page down, and incorrectly collapses the global nav.

Compatibility with right-to-left languages is dependant of RightToLeftFixes. This fixes 90% of all incompatibilities with the RTL direction. ( !! However, recently, Fandom changed something related to their global nav code that made it locked to the side in right-to-left languages, I'm trying to fix this. !! )

However, scripts and stylesheets that only alter the contents or looks of the global navigation will work normally, such as:

Some destructive stylesheets apparently works with this (although with a few caveats):

  • OasisRevived, the global navbar covers some parts of the header, otherwise it works fine.
  • PseudoMonobook, the global nav is correctly collapsed and the width of the page is correctly resized, but the top nav buttons' positions overlaps the category display.

See also

  • SlightlyWider. A stylesheet that instead of collapsing the global nav, will segment it instead. A great inclusion if you do not like how MinutelyWider does things. Also nicely interops with it.
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