Mack’s Boxing News Feed plugin incorporates an external RSS news feed into a cool looking Flash news feed. The feed moves from bottom to top, with a nice boxing graphic, followed by headlines and stories. You can click on a story title or summary to see the actual page where it is posted. You can also edit the width and height of the plugin to suit your needs. Finally, you can select how many articles you want to appear in the feed: 1 to 10.
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A variety of news is available, including:
- Latest Boxing and Fighting News
- Individual Boxer News
- New Entrants, Contract Reviews
- WBO Fighting Rumors
- WBO Gossip, Chat
- Upcoming Fights
- Fight Results
- Championship Updates
- Top Ranked Fighters
- Who can help me out?
Email: email@example.com . No spam please.
- How many articles can I display?
You can display between 1 and 10 articles, 10 being the maximum our feed contains.
- How do I resize the plugin output on my sidebar?
Visit your Settings menu and click “Mack’s Boxing News Feed”, and then edit the size and width to your requirements.
- Can I change the Feed’s Colors?
Not at this time, although we will work hard to make improvements that will address this concern.
- How do I turn off the Dashboard News Section?
There are two ways. 1) Go to your dashboard and find the bottom of the news menu, then click the “X” button. Reload your page using your browser’s “reload” button, and the feed will be permanently removed (unless you want it back 🙂 ). 2) You can also remove the feed within your “Mack’s Premier League News Feed” control panel.
- Gee, I liked the Dashboard News, how do I turn it back on or activate it again?
Hurray! Go to “Mack’s Premier League News Feed” control panel and scroll towards the bottom of the page. You will see drop-down menu with options “Yes” or “No” to display the feed. Simply select “Yes” and then click “Save Settings”, and the feed will return. Note, the dropdown menu defaults to showing “Yes”, but if you’ve already deactivated the dashboard news feed, the feed won’t display.
This is the first version of many to come.