FeedWordPress is an Atom/RSS aggregator for WordPress. It syndicates content from feeds that you choose into your WordPress weblog; the content it syn
I love it
I've been using this for several years to syndicate content between our "mothership" news system out to our network portals. Works flawlessly 99% of the time, and makes our work so much more easier than it used to be. Happy to have donated to the developer on several occasions, and unlike many others he continues to add to it, and not abandon it as so many plugin folk have post WP 3.9. Yay, bravo, etc.
Bluntly: we rely on this product to manage our daily business and simply couldn't function as we do without it!
It works, but doesn't allow for adding new feeds or updating existing ones. The plugins backend is broken.
While i update subscribed feeds its showing php notice. being a programmer i can hide this and look after this issue but overall this notice should not be there. Rest assured this plugin saved my day. exactly what i was looking for. fix that notice issue and get 5 stars :)
I have only donated $5 about 4 years ago to this plugin and have made alot more than that from my blogs using Feedwordpress. I see alot of negative comments but how many of these people have helped with one minute of their time. They have plenty of time to complain though. When this plugin was made, this was the ONLY free plugin if it's kind. There was something similar but you had to pay $19/month for ONE plugin. And I know of no other since. So instead of complaining, why doesn't everyone support this developer and help him with the updates to keep this awesome plugin alive and well! I'm now embarassed for donating so little and will be sending more $$ now.
Sahifa theme crash when that plugin is active, what can I do?
Plugin is dead and have no support from author.
Made it quite easy to move posts from another CMS through the old site's RSS feed.
Coupled with http://wordpress.org/plugins/import-external-images/, it made for an easy operation.
One obstacle that I ran into was missing imported posts.
Simply boosted the execution time in my php.ini and was all set.
I just wish that I had some sort of notification that it wasn't importing everything (a default "importing post xx of yy counter would be great).
I know there's an option in the debug settings.. Unfortunately, turning on debugging yielded so many rows of warnings that most of the admin main menu was shifted off-screen.
Very useful plugin for bringing in a lot of sources, but it spits out tons of warnings, and using the "optimize IN query" setting breaks searches and archives. It took me several hours to pinpoint the issue to this.
Someone really needs to go through and clean this code up.
is my best tool for my web sites
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