Remove Twitter 'What to do Now' Checklist

This is a simple style rule to remove the "What to do now:" box recently added to the web interface. Manually add it to existing an Twitter stylesheet tweak by pasting in .get-started-steps {display:none !important}.


Firefox users need to have Greasemonkey installed. This is an add-on that allows you to customize the way a webpage displays using small bits of JavaScript.

Chromium and Google Chrome (version 4 and higher) have built-in support for Greasemonkey-style user scripts. For Internet Explorer users, IE7Pro is a prerequisite.

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