HungryFEED embeds and displays RSS feeds inline on your pages, posts or sidebar using Shortcodes.
Love this. Easy to add feed. Also can easily custom the feed html or css in setting. No need spend time to dig it out in the code editor!
I'm blown away by hungryfeed. I work a lot with iTunes RSS feeds. Out of the box, this works... but dig around in the support forums and whole host of customization options are available. I'm achieving results with Hungryfeed that I thought only possible with databases. Highly recommended.
Simple to use with many options for configuration and lightweight
Very simple and intuitive.
simple to use and customize
Only minor lack: the documentation about custom template is not clear
Very powerful and flexible plugin. The best in its kind!
works well. User should know that if "description" content isn't displaying and HTML tags are used in the "description" feed tags then
<![CDATA[your-content-here]] might be needed.
Hopefully dynamic keyword filtering will be added soon!
Great plugin! Highly recommended.
I use a lot of RSS feeds. I have read several dozen RSS plugin descriptions, and endured many plugins. I use a multi-importer. But, I need to display some single feeds each on individual pages. Finding a plugin to import a single feed into a page, not a widget, was a challenge. Finding a plugin to display the feed content in a page, not just a list, was more difficult. Pagination too? No way. Until I found HungryFEED.
The tinyMCE button to build and auto-insert the shortcode is phenomenal!!!! Stellar!
I don't have to keep two pages open to copy/paste shortcode, dig through directions and tabs to find the shortcode, or read parameters to write the shortcode.
I am grateful for your hard work to make our work so much easier. I need to start donating!
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