RSS Feed Retriever

RSS Feed Retriever

The fastest RSS feeds plugin for WordPress. Includes excerpt & thumbnail image. Use as a news aggregator, autoblog, or RSS parsing.

  • Almost active
    This plugin was not updated the last 526 days ago.
  • This plugin is tested with the last major release of WordPress
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  • There is no information available which PHP version this plugin requires
    The latest stable PHP 8.3.8 was released on 06 June 2024
  • No unfixed plugin vulnerabilities
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Ratings

38

Active installs

10K

Total Downloads

179K

Support Threads

0

Last updated

06 January 2023

Added

24 January 2014

Versions

95.96%4.04%
  • Version 1.6
  • Version other

About RSS Feed Retriever

FAQ

This could be because the source you’re fetching from does not include the featured image in their RSS feed. There is nothing you can do to fix this unless you have control of the source website. If so, you can simply install this plugin on the source website and it will include the featured images within the RSS feed automatically.

This is due to the source website including a low resolution image in their feed. There is nothing you can do to fix this unless you have control of the source website. If so, you can simply install this plugin on the source website and it will include larger featured images within the RSS feed automatically.

You can change the layout via WordPress filters. Add the following code to your themes functions.php file:

In addition, you can add your own HTML to the output if you want to wrap elements. Example:

Or, if you only want to display the title:

Click on the “+” icon to add a new block. Search for “shortcode”. Click on the shortcode block to add it. Copy and paste the example shortcode above into the block. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Copy and paste the example shortcode above into your content. Replace the url and other parameters as needed. Update/publish the page or post.

Create a new text widget. Click on the “Text” tab. Copy and paste the example shortcode above. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

This is due to the source website including a low resolution image in their feed. There is nothing you can do to fix this unless you have control of the source website. If so, you can simply install this plugin on the source website and it will include larger featured images within the RSS feed automatically.

You can change the layout via WordPress filters. Add the following code to your themes functions.php file:

In addition, you can add your own HTML to the output if you want to wrap elements. Example:

Or, if you only want to display the title:

Click on the “+” icon to add a new block. Search for “shortcode”. Click on the shortcode block to add it. Copy and paste the example shortcode above into the block. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Copy and paste the example shortcode above into your content. Replace the url and other parameters as needed. Update/publish the page or post.

Create a new text widget. Click on the “Text” tab. Copy and paste the example shortcode above. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

You can change the layout via WordPress filters. Add the following code to your themes functions.php file:

In addition, you can add your own HTML to the output if you want to wrap elements. Example:

Or, if you only want to display the title:

Click on the “+” icon to add a new block. Search for “shortcode”. Click on the shortcode block to add it. Copy and paste the example shortcode above into the block. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Copy and paste the example shortcode above into your content. Replace the url and other parameters as needed. Update/publish the page or post.

Create a new text widget. Click on the “Text” tab. Copy and paste the example shortcode above. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

Click on the “+” icon to add a new block. Search for “shortcode”. Click on the shortcode block to add it. Copy and paste the example shortcode above into the block. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Copy and paste the example shortcode above into your content. Replace the url and other parameters as needed. Update/publish the page or post.

Create a new text widget. Click on the “Text” tab. Copy and paste the example shortcode above. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

Copy and paste the example shortcode above into your content. Replace the url and other parameters as needed. Update/publish the page or post.

Create a new text widget. Click on the “Text” tab. Copy and paste the example shortcode above. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

Create a new text widget. Click on the “Text” tab. Copy and paste the example shortcode above. Replace the url and other parameters as needed.

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

Here’s an example of how to display an RSS feed with PHP

Changelog

1.6.0

1.5.5

1.5.3

1.5.2

1.5.1

1.5.0

1.4.3

1.4.2

1.4.1

1.4.0

1.3.10

1.3.9

1.3.7

1.3.6

1.3.5

1.3.4

1.3.3

1.3.2

1.3.1

1.3.0

1.2.6

1.2.4

1.2.2

1.2.1

1.2

1.1.1

1.1

1.0.2

1.0.1

1.0

How to install RSS Feed Retriever

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Upload wp-rss-retriever.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Unzip the file
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Use the example shortcode [wp_rss_retriever url=”http://feeds.feedburner.com/TechCrunch/” items=”10″ excerpt=”50″ read_more=”true” credits=”true” new_window=”true” thumbnail=”200″ cache=”7200″] anywhere in your content
  5. Change the url and other properties as needed