Update: I'm unable to change the title but I do agree with the users who do not want bans. It may be the case that Voat has fixed the CSS parsing code to prevent display suppression of key site elements. I will resubmit this as a code suggestion. Thanks for all the feedback!!
Until you can fix it programmatically, I suggest banning subverses or removing moderators who have hidden the block button because it is a very sneaky and underhanded thing for them to do. I was very surprised to learn that /v/pics has disabled the block button via CSS.
I should not have to view all other subverses without their custom design just because some bad apples are in control.
The users are in control of Voat, and not some elite moderators or the admins here. Forget this at your peril.
EDIT: /v/pics has restored the back button. Thanks guys. I appreciate it and you probably didn't realize what doing that would mean.
EDIT #2: /v/nfl seems to have also restored their block button unless... maybe Voat has programmatically fixed this issue?
EDIT #3: @oaken moderator of pics has responded that the block button wasn't removed by the mod team so this is now a mystery. Both /v/pics and /v/nfl have had their buttons returned. We're all kinda hoping someone can shed light on this mystery.
EDIT #4: @LegoMyego moderator of /v/nfl has also responded that this is no longer an issue and hasn't bee one for a week.
EDIT #5: A lot of you are saying banning subverses is bad. I definitely agree and therefore removal of mods who break the rules is about the only other recourse to solving problems like CSS exploits. Voat should define what is allowed and not allowed to be edited and find new mods of subverses that break the rules. Some kind of town hall meeting should be called by the admins/devs to discuss what those rules should be.