Here's a quick Firefox Stylus trick for GitLab CI users:

If you want to highlight certain rollout jobs (think: production or beta rollouts), in the pipeline overview you can do so by matching the id element. Here's my custom CSS I apply to GitLab:

.gl-label { border-radius: 0.35rem }

.pipeline-graph .build { width: auto; }

.pipeline-graph .gl-text-truncate { overflow: visible; }

.pipeline-graph .build .build-content { border-radius: 10px; }

.pipeline-graph[id*="production"] .ci-job-component .menu-item {
    box-shadow: 0px 0px 5px #f00606;

.pipeline-graph[id*="staging"] .ci-job-component .menu-item {
    box-shadow: 0px 0px 5px #f09a06;

It does a few things, most importantly:

  • Stretches the pipeline graph so I don't have to scroll horizontally.

  • Highlights staging and production rollouts in orange / red.

  • Un-Rounds the boxes, since I like them a bit chunkier.

  • Stretches the boxes, so I they're not cut off after 180px.

The result looks like this:

Oh – and of course I want proper mono fonts, so

font-family: "JetBrains Mono" !important;

is applied to most websites I use on a day-to-day basis.