Experience a better, easier and enjoyable reading + Light Theme for title-only view and article content + Dark Theme for other view and pages ★ Tested on (Mozilla Firefox) (Chrome) (Opera) ★ Optimized for all display and resolutions [and many more]
For night reading! The same Feedly you know, only dark.
Feedly is emerging as the best alternative to Google Reader scheduled closing. Since many years I do my best to create dark styles for web sites I uses more often (Google Search, YouTube, Reddit) and Feedly has recently become one of this. Like the title suggests, this is a simple dark (or night) style that uses an almost black color for the background and white/green for RSS content and other text elements. I tried also to reduced the unused space and to make fit better on bigger screens (equal or greater than 1600x1200) I'll tune this style to target my personal tastes but I would try to implement any good suggestion you want to provide me. ★★★ Tested both on Firefox and Chrome extension ★★★ ☺ If you like my work and you would like buy me a coffee or a beer, check Pledgie below! ☺
A fully responsive Material Design inspired Feedly style. Supports Feedly's built in "themes" so you can continue to choose your own sidebar color.
Give the Dark and Flat style to Feedly
Feedly style to resemble Google Reader. Clean and Wide view that removes right sidebar, and optimizes some vertical space. Full quality before and after images below: Before After If you like my work and want to support me feel free to donate ;) Initial code based on: http://userstyles.org/styles/55824/feedly-clean-wide-fullview 1. Install this theme 2. Go to http://cloud.feedly.com/#preferences and change default view to:Full Articles 3. Change view mode by clicking on "gear" icon to full-articles for each news feed 4. Enjoy Tested on 1366x768 and on 1920x1080
Reduce the blank area in Feedly UI
make full width view & more cards in card mode.
The same Feedly you know, only wider. Can be used in conjunction with Hauschild's Dark Feedly.
Kept up-to-date! Enhances the user experience without radically changing things for the worse. Other Styles do too much and end up causing more harm than good, IMHO. Try it, you won't be sorry! :-)