Wordpress rss feed updating

Once the plugin does its job, you can go to your posts and see everything there: From that point on, you can decide what to do with all those posts.You can publish them as is, adjust the content, add your commentary, or whatever else you see fit.Thought this might be a caching issue, but if I actually click into the feed XML, the data is updated- which makes no sense to me??

Get this Word Press RSS feed plugin if you want to import whole articles from external RSS feeds, straight into your post collection. Install it, go to its section in the wp-admin, and it will guide you along through the settings.

Again, this plugin takes articles from other feeds and puts them alongside your normal posts. To add a feed, just click on “Add New,” set your preferences, and publish it.

After clicking the “OK” button, the plugin takes your settings and puts them into a shortcode form: Basically, that shortcode is the one that adds the RSS feed to your page, so be careful to keep its original format. Another nice thing about this RSS feed plugin for Word Press is that you can filter articles by keywords, so you can choose to display only the ones that meet your criteria exactly. Moreover, Feedzy automatically adds your affiliate/referral ID to the links in the feed so you can make money if people click on the posts.

In the premium version, you can choose from three pre-made templates to display the feed and you can integrate Feed to Post with Word Ai spinner that will rephrase the articles every time it finds duplicate content on your site.

That being said, those external RSS feeds aren’t getting imported or anything, they are just links pointing to another site.

Now, you have three options when it comes to displaying your custom feed links: widget, shortcode, or a line of PHP code: I used the shortcode.

After adding the RSS feed, you can click on “View Items” to see the articles currently in that feed.

WP RSS Aggregator also comes with a “Blacklist” section, so you can stop specific content from popping up. Okay, so the next step after creating an RSS feed is to add it to your posts or pages.

To use it as a widget, go to , drag and drop the RSSImport button to any widget area, and fill in the empty fields.

Click “Save” and you’re good to go: To add a feed to a post or page, copy and paste the shortcode where you want it to be displayed.

Get this RSS feed plugin if you’re looking for an RSS importer that’s lightweight and easy to use.

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