Relocates the Country dropdown menu (located at the bottom of the page) to near the top of the page:
- On release pages, just below the cover artwork.
- On artist, label and genre pages, just above the list of releases.
Remaps the country URLs from their respective homepages to the same page as the current page, with only the country/language portion of the URL changed. This will result in an error message being served if the selected country does not offer that release, or any content by the artist/label being viewed.
The dropdown menu is styled to expand upwards, since it's located at the page bottom. I don't know how to write the custom CSS that would override this and make it expand downwards instead, but I've included a comment block at the end with the dropdown menu element's page source and a link to the CSS that styles it. If anyone knowledgeable about CSS wants to take a look and shoot me some feedback how to restyle it, I'll update the script and place the dropdown menu just below the breadcrumb (the "You are here:" line near the top of the page.)