Widget – RSS
You can host CSS files on Google Drive to customize your RSS widget.
An article presenting 30 podcasts worth following in 2020, for use with FeedWind’s podcast audio player
An official FeedWind document detailing how to display the author’s name in an RSS widget.
An official help document from FeedWind developers about its custom URL parameters feature
A document from FeedWind about their new social network sharing (SNS) icons.
A document about how to find and use the ‘more posts’ option in FeedWind.
It is not mandatory that a FeedWind widgets reassemble typical CNN or CBS news sidebars with basic colors. An RSS feed can use complex media elements in custom formats that match specific web designs. This freedom comes with cost, however, as FeedWind’s build-in constraints exist to stop unexpected results. With a little experimentation, though, it […]
It is not possible to use every CSS command in a FeedWind custom CSS. For example, -repeat commands for wrapper images in the header are not supported. There are simply too many CSS operators and parameter combinations beyond what is necessary for controlling a feed’s appearance; thus, the simplest way to test if your custom […]
This article is designed to give users an overview and explanation of RSS feeds, how and where they are used, and where they come from. Quick Links What is RSS? Feed generation methods Auto-generated feed URLs RSS feed creation services Locating an RSS feed URL A history of RSS RSS Specifications What does RSS XML […]
Your RSS feeds are all coded in XML which contains <tags> for different feed components, such as a Description, Title etc. These tags can contain images in your feed; there are four tags which we use to derive thumbnail images. In the dropdown menu of the FeedWind setup screen there are four options for the […]