eBay Feeds For WordPress allows you to quickly and easily place feeds from the eBay Partner Network into your WordPress blog. These can easily be embedded into posts, placed as widgets or inserted into the themes – flexibility is huge. This plugin is ideal for bloggers who wish to make more money through their blogs by promoting eBay’s affiliate programme, as well as users who sell their own items on eBay.
About Winwar Media
This plugin is made by Winwar Media, a WordPress Development and Training Agency in Manchester, UK.
Why don’t you?
- eBay Feeds For WordPress WordPress Plugin homepage with further instructions.
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- Send us an email! We like hearing from plugin users.
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We offer support in two places:-
- Support on the WordPress.org Support Board
- A priority support forum, which offers same-day responses.
Want to help development?
- Fix (or submit) an issue on Github.
To install, please do the following:-
- Upload the plugin to the
/wp-content/plugins/directory or use the Add New feature
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Set the default feed and item number in the “eBay Feeds For WordPress” Options Page.
[ebayfeedsforwordpress feed="" items="5"]in any page. Place the feed URL in the “” and the number of items to display where “5” is, in any page or post (or use the button on the rich text editor).
When ebay decided to remove the RSS feeds for shops in the UK, the developer Rhys went the extra mile to find a solution. Would highly recommend!
This plugin is indispensable to my websites. I tried a competitor plugin that does the same thing but switched to this one when it stopped working and support was unavailable.
I’ve never regretted that decision nor had a problem with this plugin and have been using it for years. More importantly, the author actually cares about the plugin and support is readily available. I’m using it on two different websites. Please don’t stop updating this plugin!
We’re eBay affiliates and had been looking for a Plugin that does EXACTLY what this one does. We had a minor issue after setting it up (unique to us and maybe one other person on the planet). The author reached out and took care of it completely within hours. No fuss, no excuses, no headaches. PERFECT
If you’re an affiliate and use this on your site(s), send a “Donation” it’s well worth it.
THank you Rhys!
Very nice plugin, installed and configured in a minute, works straight away! THanks!
Can confirm that it works with WordPress 4.4.2. Basically I needed something that worked well with the eBay affiliate program and this is the best one I’ve found.
I have been using this plugin for more than a year now. With my site, it is absolutely necessary to have an efficient solution for many, many RSS feeds and this one does the trick. 🙂
Contributors & Developers
“eBay Feeds for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Added the ability to wrap a class around each individual item.
- Auto populate the user email addresses to get bug fixes. (it is still opt in though!)
- Switch off the default text for widget title & widget text.
- Fixes the issue of feeds sometimes displaying the wrong details in shortcodes.
- Allow the disabling of feed caching.
- Made WordPress 4.3 compatible. Widget now works in debug mode.
- Fixed a wierd caching bug in RSS Feeds.
- French Translation Done
- Plugin now translateable
h4>1.5.2 (Time Taken – <1m)
- Fix a spelling mistake in the readme.
1.5.1 (Time Taken – 15m)
- Removed a default link which was daft and no idea why it was there. (Props @johnwilsonuk)
- Added a “Debug Mode”, so errors aren’t hidden if they exist.
- Fixed a few notices that appeared with WP_DEBUG was set to true.
- Cleaned up a lot of the internal code, with proper line spacing!
- Switched fully from Blogging Dojo to Winwar Media.
- Stops a fatal error appearing when the feed doesn’t return in the widget.
- Fixed a PHP warning on activation when registering the widget in Debug Mode.
- Added a “fallback” option that displays text when feeds aren’t present.
- Changed to the new eBay logo.
- Fixed link in plugin display footer.
- Displays error should URL be invalid.
- Removed a few redundant files that included a security exploit. I recommend a full upgrade.
- Fixed a few small compatability issues.
- Added the ability to “Nofollow” links.
- Added error tracking to the service.
- Caught an error so that an invalid/empty feed would not break the site.
- Improved the backend of the plugin.
- Improved “links in new window” opening feature
Added a feature where you can open links in a new window.
- Updated the plugin to include information on how to place the code when you install it. Whoops!
- Removing some testing code I should’ve removed 🙁
- Added Some More CSS classes
- Added a donation link for some cheap people I work with and refuse to donate!
- Fixed Encoding Issues using TinyMCE
- Error Trapping on “Null” issues
- General Bug Fixes.
- First Public release