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Feed Globedia

Description is an online “Newspaper” built by and both managed and edited by the community itself.

Users can publish their own news or comments directly in (“redactors” role) or they also can publish automatically from their blog with several connectors (“collaborators” role).

In you can automate news publishing from “full rss feeds”. But, if your feed is a summary feed and you don’t want to change your feed configuration to a full one, this plugin is for you.

This plugin will create a hidden and non-public extra feed, only visible for, so you can maintain your original feeds own configuration unaltered.

After you install this plugin in your blog, please contact the globedia crew at globedia [at] hispavista [dot] com and ask for your own verification code.

Available languages: Actually is only available for Spanish-speaking countries.

More info at:


2.0 – (Current Version). Compatibility with FeedBurner FeedSmith Plugin added.

1.0 – Initial Stable Version.


  1. Download, extract and upload to the wp-content/plugins folder
  2. Switch on the plugin from the admin panel
  3. You will get a submenu on the plugin page (Feed Globedia)
  4. Insert the validation code and hit Apply
    That’s it.


Can I disable the plugin?

From the plugins panel you can disable it when you want. But be careful, a disabled feed will stop publishing on

Can I use this plugin although I have a full feed?

Of course, and doing that will let you change your original feed configuration anytime without affecting your publishing.


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