use css to customize feedly to use the full width of the screen (version 8)

Feedly is a magazine style RSS feed reader which integrates with Google Reader. It runs as an extension in both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox web browsers. You might have noticed that the interface for Feedly though wide, does not really span the entire strech of your wide screen monitor. It usually uses about 1024px in width thus leaving a…

customize feedly to use the full screen width (version 6)

Feedly is a magazine style RSS reader which is built on top of Google Reader. So If you do use Feedly as your preferred RSS and news reader and if you have one of the wide screen monitors, you must have noticed that the Feedly GUI does not stretch fully to make complete use of all the screen real estate. Actually Feedly…

customize google reader to use the screen width

Google Reader is the probably the chosen RSS reader for many of you. One of the issues for me while using a wide-screen monitor was that the text in the post would never stretch to make use of the wide monitor that is available. It pretty much uses around 650 pixels before word wrapping. This is especially annoying if you have a…

how to use a custom or user stylesheet (css) in a web browser

Almost all modern browsers support a user customizable CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) that you can use to modify the look and feel of a website when it is displayed on your browser. You could change the fonts, the color and even the layouts of almost all websites using custom user stylesheets. I am sure there are atleast a couple annoying…