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Cool. It's nice people take interest.

Check out the gods, and ask one of them (preferably ones who are here often, ar0n, tye, jcwren...) to make you a member of pmdev.

That way you can read the pmdev wiki and submit patches and such.

The Everything engine it self doesn't have any css. All the great css is the work of most excellent pmdevers (Petruchio and Jouke and some others are mostly responsible for the css move )

I don't know that perlmongers use Everything, but anyway, the perlmonks version of Everything is very much a hacked version (so i'm told), but from the perspective of a pmdever, you can't tell any difference (the interface is very much the same as version 8x of Everything).

So, just go ahead to and download the 0.8 version Everything so you have some idea of what's what.

I'm pretty sure that at the every page here on perlmonks, you can see

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In reply to Re: CSS Changes/Additions by PodMaster
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