RSS Feed Widget
RSS Feed WidgetLast updated 11.03.22
The RSS Feed widget allows the addition of any RSS feed to the page. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed data is presented to users using software called a news aggregator. This feed is constantly and automatically updated with new site content.
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Add RSS Feed Widget to the page
1. Select where on the page you would like the widget to appear.
2. Click on the blue plus add widget icon
3. Select the RSS Feed widget from the widget pop up
4. Once the widget is added to the page, hover over the added widget until it displays the properties and trash icons. Click on the gear-shaped properties icon.
RSS Feed Widget Properties
5. In the RSS Feed properties pop up, adjust various settings including the source RSS feed website URL and the number of articles displayed in the widget.
6. Click Apply button to update the widget with selected properties. The properties pop up will automatically close.
How to delete the RSS Feed Widget
Hover over the RSS Feed widget until it displays the properties and trash icons and click on the trash icon to delete.
How to reposition the RSS feed Widget
Hover over the RSS feed widget until it displays the grab icon on the left. Simply drag and drop in a new location.
RSS Feed Widget Properties
|RSS Feed URL||Provide the RSS Feed URL (link for xml)|
|Max Items Displayed||Enter the maximum number of items to display (default is 3)|
|Content Before||Text entry area for simple title and descriptive copy right above the blog list. Requires small amount of HTML code for styling.|
|Content After||Text entry area for simple descriptive copy right below the blog list. Requires small amount of HTML code for styling.|
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