Updated Style Sheet

Some of you, especially those using Internet Explorer, may have noticed that the sites style has been looking a little “off”

I have finally booted into windows xp, and browsed my site using IE7, and have been working on getting the style fixed.

After about an hour of solid working, I have it!

It looks practically the same in both Firefox, and IE. I have also installed Opera and it looks similar to Firefox and IE

Enjoy, and if you find any more problems, don’t hesitate to comment, or email me

RSSread Version 2

This is just some ideas that I have about new features in the next release of RSSread

  1. Cache. The next release will have a cache. If the feed doesn’t load, it’ll load from the cache.
  2. Templates. This is a biggie, and will define how feeds are displayed on the screen.
  3. Category Sorting. If a feed has categories, then RSSread will either sort items by categories, or only display certain categories.
  4. Multiple feeds in one. Combine multiple feeds into one display.
  5. Multiple config files. Load different config files for different feeds and/or pages
  6. Support for different feed types, for example, Atom, RDF, RSS 0.92. These will be kept as separate modules, and added to as new formats come along, or old ones are updated.

Some of these features I was thinking about in the last release. For example, templates is in v1, but it is only basic; multiple config files, it is in its basic format, ie, changing settings by calling a function.

The other features, are either requests, or ideas I have had about what should be included.

I haven’t yet started development of version 2, that will start late 2006, early 2007, and will probably be released sometime in mid to late 2007