If you have recently opened YouTube, then you may have noticed the redesigned YouTube layout. The layout is definitely an improvement and the new design closely resembles to what you see in Gmail and other Google services. The light grey color looks cool to the eyes and design is really sleek. However, apart from the plus points, there is one new change that was really not required. YouTube now has a left aligned layout, something that many people don’t like.
Looking at the track record of Google, then it’s not the first time (or first product) that Google has left aligned. Google+ also has a left aligned layout and this has also received lots of criticism from users.
How to Center YouTube Layout
So you don’t like YouTube’s new layout and want to center align the new design. Fortunately, userscript’s are here to the rescue. So let’s learn how to center align the YouTube layout.
This solution works on Firefox and Chrome. Here’s the direct link for installing Youtube Center Aligned script. Simply follow below steps to install the script on your browser.
For Chrome users:
Chrome users can download the userscript to their computer by clicking on the “Install” button. That’s because Chrome doesn’t directly allows any third party script installation. Now, click on the icon in the top right side, and then go to Settings > Extensions. Drag and drop the downloaded file to this extensions list. You will get a prompt to confirm the installation of the script. Click on “Add” button to install it. If this seems confusing, then check out the detailed steps on how to install Chrome extensions/scripts from outside WebStore.
For Firefox users:
Firefox users will need to install the Greasemonkey extension first. After installing this extension, simply visit the userscript site and click on the “Install” button. Installing third party script on Chrome is very easy, and you don’t need to follow any long process to do this, unlike chrome.
So go ahead, install this userscript and center YouTube layout on your browser.