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NetNewsWire Style Version 2.0

nnwstyle.jpg Yesterday I updated the style I created for the RSS reader NetNewsWire to version 2.0. It's a complete overhaul from version 1.0 with a new design. Version 1.0 had some issues with displaying articles containing multiple images which forced me to create a second style that could handle this. Switching between two styles wasn't really convenient so I set out to fix this. This new version can handle articles with any type of content, which is what the first version should have accomplished. Version 2.0 features a design very similar to this blog, extending the visual experience of the site into your RSS reader. It's simple, clean and easy to read. I've tested the style in NNW 3.0 but it should work in older versions as well. To install just double click the file. Download NNW Style 2.0        

18 Comments on "NetNewsWire Style Version 2.0"

  • Aaron says

    Beau­ti­ful, thank you!

  • semioticmokey says

    w o n d e r f u l.

  • Antonio says

    Glad you guys dig it. If you expe­ri­ence any issues please let me know and I’ll fix them.

  • Eric L. says

    Many thanks … and Bravo — sin­cerely — for this NNW Style 2.0. It’s pretty amaz­ing — and didn’t real­ize until now — that all the feeds sub­scibed can be viewed within your template.

    And by the way… thanks a lot for your blog. I love it.
    Cheers from Montreal.

  • Antonio says

    Eric, thank you for the kind words.

  • Piotr says

    Wow. Thank you Anto­nio. Bril­liant stuff.

  • Nell says

    I love it, thank you very much!

    I’d really like a wide ver­sion (fluid width), it looks a bit small in my mon­i­tor (1680x1050).

    (By the way, my captcha was cmyk, was that inten­tional? :D)

  • jim says

    HI..love the new style. one thing I noticed is that it doesn’t show the items listed via Feedburner’s FeedFlare…giving it plenty of white space with “hid­den links”…

  • Antonio says

    @Nell
    I’ve tried a fluid ver­sion but it wasn’t work­ing out the way I liked. Also I don’t like when para­graphs get really wide. What do you mean your captcha was cmyk?

    @Jim
    I’m not sure what you mean. Could you show me an example.

  • Very nice!

  • Thank you Thank you Thank you.

    This is so nice to look at. It makes wad­ing through even the bor­ing arti­cles an enjoy­able experience.

    @Nell my captcha was “print” so I think there’s a theme here

  • Antonio says

    Ohhh I know what you mean by captcha. Yes the cmyk was inten­tional. I changed the words to be more focused around the con­tent of this blog.

  • Nell says

    Thank you Anto­nio, I made a test too and you’re right, it doesn’t look so good.

    I love the cus­tom words, it’s a great idea to keep a theme in a blog and I had never seen it before.

  • organedh says

    Thank you for this vibrant and bril­liant style. One prob­lem I have with it, though, is that it dis­plays the even­tual pro­file infor­ma­tion in a con­tin­u­ous line, break­ing the lay­out. See for instance this blog (and most blog​ger​.com blogs) : http://​art​gold​ham​mer​.blogspot​.com/​f​e​e​d​s​/​p​o​s​t​s​/​d​e​f​a​ult . There is an http://profile/etc. that goes way too far on the right.

    Could you please give me a hint on how to fix this? I’m not very famil­iar with CSS and I haven’t found the per­ti­nent stuff to change.
    Thanks.

  • Antonio says

    I sub­scribed to the feed and I don’t see the issue you’re refer­ring to. Could you send me a screen­shot of it?

  • Melita says

    Wow, 1000 thanks! My favorite app now looks and feel even better.

  • Antonio says

    Melita, glad you enjoy it.

  • Pat says

    Hello,

    I just down­loaded your theme and it looks fan­tas­tic. The only thing that I changed on it was with regards to the posi­tion­ing of the #con­tainer. In my widescreen view, the con­tainer looked like it was pushed closer to the right than the left, which was caused by a left mar­gin value of 50px. I changed the con­tainer mar­gins to “mar­gin: 50px auto;” so that it would cen­tre in that panel no mat­ter how wide or nar­row I stretch it.

    Take care, and thanks for a fan­tas­tic look­ing NNW theme!