How to include RSS content in your website pages

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Categories: Scripts

Many websites offer RSS feeds (Really Simple Syndication) as a manner of keeping users updated without having them to revisit the website. Some of you may be familiar with RSS feeds, already getting updates in a RSS Reader, and some other users may not know so much about these feeds.


The good part for webmasters is that RSS feeds may be used to have fresh updated content on their websites / web-pages. A quick search on Google will get you all sort of available software that you have to pay for. The good news is that there are such tools available for free, and really easy to implement. All you need is the RSS feed or feeds you want to implement on your page and you can create in some easy non-techie steps great looking widgets/boxes that will push fresh content on your website.

These great free tools are:

Once you have your RSS feed, use any of the above free tools, fill in the fields with your desired information and generate the code. The code generated can be implemented in your web-page HTML code, where you want the RSS content to be shown.

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