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You can use a custom stylesheet (CSS) to do this. Just apply the styles .zA:nth-child(2n) { background-color: /*even color*/ !important; } .zA:nth-child(2n+1) { background-color: /*odd color*/ !important; } with colors of your choice. (The class you need to use may vary — it was y0 for me and zA for the OP.) (Here are instructions for custom ...


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Following on from Andrew Lott's answer, I've found the following URL works really well: http://tools.wikimedia.de/~daniel/potd/potd.php/commons/1600x1200 Note that changing the dimensions at the end of the URL resizes the image - so the above returns a picture 1600px wide by 1200px high. Set it to your monitor's pixel width & height for best results.


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This might do what you want. It calls various-sized images from Wikimedia sites using a stable URL. They might not be the prettiest sometimes, but could be worth a try.


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