Widget – General setting

Add your widget logo to FeedWind

Pro/Plus users If you are a FeedWind Pro or Plus user, your widgets are free of branding (our logo+link) below the widget, leaving room for you to add your own logo. Including a logo beneath, anywhere around, or as an overlay for your widget is quite easy. Basic users If you are a Basic plan user […]

Backgrounds

The FeedWind widget is totally customizable and can be styled to match virtually any website. This article focuses on background styling options. There are two main components to a FeedWind widget whose color can be styled independently. The main title which appears above your feed content The container which holds all the feed items Main […]

Feed content links

Link locations There are a number of locations where feed content links can appear in your widget. The main title Feed item titles Within feed item descriptions You can specify these options so when a user clicks on a link, the resulting content opens as required. The available options are: Open in a new tab/window […]

Creating or Editing a Widget Name

Signed up users can create multiple widgets and save them in a personal dashboard. When you create a widget, you have the opportunity to name your widget. If you save without naming your widget we will allocate a name to it. If you wish to rename your FeedWind widget, you can either enter a name in the […]

Scroll settings

Quick links Horizontal scroll widget Vertical scroll widget Scroll types (step/movie credit) Create a vertical or horizontal scroll RSS widget To enable scrolling in your FeedWind RSS widget, make sure the switch next to Scroll in the General section is set to 'ON'. See below for the various options available for horizontal and vertical feed […]

iFrame RSS widget

The iFrame version of FeedWind Some users might prefer to create an iFrame RSS widget. Those using Google Sites and other CMS may require an iFrame version to function properly. The iFrame version is basically just a URL which links to your widget. In addition to creating an iFrame RSS widget with Feedwind, the URL can be […]

No content in WordPress

Why does my WordPress RSS widget display no feed content? There are be a few reasons why this may happen: 1) The WordPress installation is a wordpress.com hosted site (as opposed to hosted on your own server/host). This version where your site is hosted by WordPress, does not support Javascript on the site so it […]

No Feed Content Error

Why do I only see a link to FeedWind but no feed content in my editor? There are a number of reasons why you may see just the link depending on what you are doing and how you are implementing the code. 1. No widget content displayed in “Preview” mode in your website builder In […]

Corner radius

  Advanced corner radius styling Corner radius with custom CSS FeedWind allows for a standard corner radius of 4px (applied to all corners) in the General >Advanced Settings section of the setup screen. This is useful for a quick corner radius setting but for those who need radius settings to match design etc., a custom […]

Style settings

FeedWind style options in detail There are three basic styles for the FeedWind RSS widget. Text only, Text + Thumbnail, Card, Overlay, Full HTML Options to change these are in the General section of the setup screen. Text (RSS, Facebook, Twitter) Thumbnail (RSS, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) Large image (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) Card (RSS) Overlay (RSS) HTML […]

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