NetNewsWire Style Version 2.0


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 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

    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?

    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.

  • 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


    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!