RSS Reader

As the name suggests this paragraph allows you to display posts from an RSS feed.

The configuration dialog allows you to control exactly what is displayed and the style it's displayed in.

Once you've entered the feed URL you can configure the number of posts to display together with any additional information such as the author, date, and source links. You can also choose the maximum number of characters to display in each post and specify whether you want to show all text including HTML formatting tags.

The feed title can be changed if necessary and the description hidden if it's not required.

Finally you can specify a link to the page where the RSS feed comes from in the 'Alternate URL' field. This is useful if you want to direct the user to the originating site rather than to a web page showing the full RSS feed.

 

 

Chrome style

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MIAOW Open Source GPU Debuts At Hot Chips
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Cliff Bleszinski's Boss Key Productions Unveils LawBreakers Game Trailer
Aug 29, 2015 5:48 PM by timothy
MojoKid writes: Boss Key Productions has posted its first trailer of LawBreakers (formerly Project Bluestreak), a futuristic game title that's set to …
Abusing Symbolic Links Like It's 1999
Aug 29, 2015 4:42 PM by timothy
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MIAOW Open Source GPU Debuts At Hot Chips
Aug 29, 2015 6:40 PM by timothy
alexvoica writes: The first general-purpose graphics processor (GPGPU) now available as open-source RTL was unveiled at the Hot Chips event. Although …
Cliff Bleszinski's Boss Key Productions Unveils LawBreakers Game Trailer
Aug 29, 2015 5:48 PM by timothy
MojoKid writes: Boss Key Productions has posted its first trailer of LawBreakers (formerly Project Bluestreak), a futuristic game title that's set to …
Abusing Symbolic Links Like It's 1999
Aug 29, 2015 4:42 PM by timothy
An anonymous reader writes with this snippet from James Forshaw's recent post at Google's Project Zero, which begins For the past couple of years I've…
Category: Technology
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