How to Fetch Feeds in WordPress Using WP RSS Aggregator


How to Fetch Feeds in WordPress Using WP RSS Aggregator
Chelsea Gray

All WordPress websites are capable of publishing RSS feeds. WordPress also has built-in support to fetch any RSS feed and display them on your site. You can simply go to Appearance » Widgets and drag the RSS widget to your sidebar, which will allow you to enter any feed URL and display it. But what if you wanted to do more with those feeds? Like creating an aggregation website in your industry or something like Alltop? In this article, we will show you how to fetch feeds in WordPress using WP RSS Aggregator.

How to: Fetch Feeds in WordPress Using WP RSS Aggregator Plugin
Brinda Keegan

Also during the setup process you can select a user account to publish the imported posts under as well as setting whether the imported content should be auto-published, set as a draft, or marked as pending review. This gives you the option of letting your site grow on auto-pilot or giving you the opportunity to moderate and review any imported posts before they are published on your site.

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Ammie Blodgett

Changed
* Previewing a template no longer requires saving the template.
* Redesigned the feed sources page to be more compact and informative at a glance.
* The imported item count in the feed sources page is now a link to that feed’s imported items.
* Improved the responsive styling of the feed sources list table.
* The custom feed now uses the Atom 1.0 standard.
* Improved the detection of cron scheduling failures, prevent feeds from appearing to be stuck.
* Converted log section in the debugging page to use the new module system.
* Some options were renamed to be consistent across various plugin pages.
* Improved the wording, description and tooltip of the “Import order” option.
* Added better error handling during image file creation when using the GD extension.
* Rewrote the unique item title checking logic to be faster and more accurate.
* Now suppressing “non-numeric value encountered” warnings from SimplePie.
* Increased the time by which the plugin detects stuck feeds to 2 minutes.
* The addon licensing registration system has been partially converted to the new module system.

WordPress.org
Serina Etheridge

Changed
* Previewing a template no longer requires saving the template.
* Redesigned the feed sources page to be more compact and informative at a glance.
* The imported item count in the feed sources page is now a link to that feed’s imported items.
* Improved the responsive styling of the feed sources list table.
* The custom feed now uses the Atom 1.0 standard.
* Improved the detection of cron scheduling failures, prevent feeds from appearing to be stuck.
* Converted log section in the debugging page to use the new module system.
* Some options were renamed to be consistent across various plugin pages.
* Improved the wording, description and tooltip of the «Import order» option.
* Added better error handling during image file creation when using the GD extension.
* Rewrote the unique item title checking logic to be faster and more accurate.
* Now suppressing «non-numeric value encountered» warnings from SimplePie.
* Increased the time by which the plugin detects stuck feeds to 2 minutes.
* The addon licensing registration system has been partially converted to the new module system.

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Kristin Patterson

Changed
* Previewing a template no longer requires saving the template.
* Redesigned the feed sources page to be more compact and informative at a glance.
* The imported item count in the feed sources page is now a link to that feed’s imported items.
* Improved the responsive styling of the feed sources list table.
* The custom feed now uses the Atom 1.0 standard.
* Improved the detection of cron scheduling failures, prevent feeds from appearing to be stuck.
* Converted log section in the debugging page to use the new module system.
* Some options were renamed to be consistent across various plugin pages.
* Improved the wording, description and tooltip of the „Import order” option.
* Added better error handling during image file creation when using the GD extension.
* Rewrote the unique item title checking logic to be faster and more accurate.
* Now suppressing „non-numeric value encountered” warnings from SimplePie.
* Increased the time by which the plugin detects stuck feeds to 2 minutes.
* The addon licensing registration system has been partially converted to the new module system.

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