RSS Dog - RSS To HTML Converter
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Free Online RSS to HTML Converter / Widget Creator

- v2.0.2

Have an RSS feed you want displayed on your site?  This tool is for you!  To use it, just input the RSS feed URL and configure the options and click the button.  The code (HTML, PHP, or JavaScript) will be generated for you at the bottom of the page.  Then just copy/paste that code into your website.  EASY AND FREE!
 

Widget configuration options

URL:
Input here the URL of the RSS feed you want to display on your web site
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 Mode
Server-side Mode Better SEO
Javascript Mode More Universal
 Display Options
Find and display only items containing keyword* Beta
Max items(0=all)
DescriptionsShow / Hide
Limit description to characters (0=no limit)
  if over
Table width
Exclude Title Tag
Show Publish Date
Nofollow LinksAdd nofollow attribute to item links
XML button link
Decode from UTF8(Needed sometimes to fix images and formatting)
Hyperlink target:         <a target=" ">
Make complete HTML page (for IFRAME)
Colors (#rrggbb format or "transparent")
Border:
Header Background:
Header Text:
Item Title Background:
Item Title Text:
Item Background:
Item Text:
 
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Features:

  • Supports RSS and Atom feed types.
  • Javascript, PHP, or Iframe integration.
  • Configurable output options.

Advanced Style Configuration:

You can configure the output styles using CSS class "rssdog" (PHP and Javascript methods, does not work with Iframe).  For example, to make the font larger, place the following code in your HTML <head> </head> area:

<style type="text/css">
.rssdog {
    font-size:20pt;
}
</style>


Changelog:

v2.0.2

  • Improved multilingual character support. Improved https.

v2.0.1

  • Upgraded Snoopy for better feed compatibility.

v1.9

  • Option to make nofollow links.

v1.8

  • Now supports Twitter RSS.

v1.7

  • Better support for ATOM feeds
  • Added option to include publish date (PubDate).
  • Moved "fetched by" link to right side (less intrusive).
  • Minor text changes

v1.6

  • Added ability to exclude feed title
  • Added ability to filter by keywords

Sites using RSS Dog:

 


Using it

To display the output as you see it, use this URL in your IFRAME or server-side include:
   

Eg, for an iframe, just add the following HTML code to your HTML source:
   

Server-side includes will depend on the language in use on your webserver. Here is example PHP code:
   


Example Output

Southgate Amateur Radio News RSS Feed
Register ASAP for Free online amateur radio training course
Know someone who wants to get their UK Foundation Amateur Radio licence£ A Free online course starts this Sunday, June 7, but you need to register soon
GB0MZX on air in June to celebrate the world's first advertised wireless broadcast
Dragon Amateur Radio Club would like to introduce their next special event station GB0MZX (Marconi Zulu Xray)
Kangaroo Island IOTA expedition re-scheduled
Grant, VK5GR, reports: I am very pleased to announce that the VK5KI Expedition to Kangaroo Island (IOTA OC-139) has been rescheduled, although it has also been scaled down
Amateur radio on BBC Somerset
On May 31, RSGB Region 11 Representative Dean Brice G0UIL was interviewed by Mel Everett on BBC Somerset about amateur radio
The Radio Collector
On his Soldersmoke blog Bill Meara M0HBR / N2CQR highlights a vintage video of a 1985 TV show The Radio Collector from the California Historical Radio Society
Credit card chip used to make crystal radio
Hackaday report Billy Cheung decided to build a crystal radio using a rather unconventional detector – the smart chip in a common credit card
Ofcom updates licence-exemption regulations including 24 GHz
Ofcom has confirmed technical changes for use of spectrum in 874 to 874.4 MHz and 915 to 919.4 MHz bands to support use of short-range wireless devices and licenced use of 24.100-24.350 GHz at railway level crossings
Dan Grady, N2SRK, appointed as new Rocky Mountain Division Vice Director
ARRL President Rick Roderick, K5UR, has appointed Dan Grady, N2SRK, of Aurora, Colorado, as the new Rocky Mountain Division Vice Director
GB0GIG ... Time to apply for your certificate
Now that GB0GIG has finished with 3,500 QSOs logged, it is time to claim certificate for having a certain number of QSOs with the station
Spring 2020 Section Manager election results announced
Three incumbent ARRL Section Managers were returned to office, while one challenger outpolled an incumbent Section Manager (SM) in contested elections this spring. Section Manager ballots were counted on Monday, June 1, at ARRL Headquarters
IOTA news from the DARC
Compiled by Andreas, DK5ON of the Deutscher Amateur Radio Club
GQRP Club online
The GQRP Club has decided to see what support there would be for an online QRP Convention this year to replace the event which would have been hold in England on September 5th and 6th
RSGB Director on national broadcaster Talk Radio
RSGB Board Director Mike Bruce M0ITI was interviewed by Darryl Morris about amateur radio and the RSGB on the nationwide broadcaster Talk Radio
Radio amateurs stay connected during lockdown
Local radio amateurs have been keeping active during lockdown by meeting up on the air each morning, checking that everyone is in good health, and chatting about who else around the world they have been contacting
Quindar Tones: Those iconic NASA PTT confirmation beeps
The SWLing Post reports on the PTT confirmation tones used by astronauts in the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs
Radio amateur on BBC Wiltshire
The RSGB reports BBC Wiltshire's Graham Seaman interviewed Andy Henley 2E1GQX from the Chippenham and District Amateur Radio Club
'Green Ghosts' spotted above sprites in New Mexico
Citizen scientists have discovered a new form of upper atmospheric lightning: The Green Ghost
Auction 20 cancelled
In May 2020, New Zealand's Auction for short-term, early access rights in the 3.5 GHz band for 5G services (Auction 20) was cancelled. This was due to the constraints imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, a direct allocation process will be undertaken
Pulling data from news feed telemetry
We are used to seeing shots from TV news helicopters every day, they are part of the backdrop to life in the 21st century. But so often we hear them overlaid with studio commentary, so it’s interesting to hear that their raw audio contains telemetry
Sable Island DXpedition news
Randy, N0TG, reports: "Many have asked about the impact COVID-19 could have to the Sable Island DXpedition scheduled for October
Temporary rule waivers announced for 2020 ARRL Field Day
With one month to go before 2020 ARRL Field Day, June 27-28th, the ARRL Programs and Services Committee (PSC) has adopted two temporary rule waivers for the event
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