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

Input here the URL of the RSS feed you want to display on your web site
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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")
Header Background:
Header Text:
Item Title Background:
Item Title Text:
Item Background:
Item Text:
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  • 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 {



  • Improved multilingual character support. Improved https.


  • Upgraded Snoopy for better feed compatibility.


  • Option to make nofollow links.


  • Now supports Twitter RSS.


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


  • 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
Artistic CW Keys with Ted Holland WB3AVD on QSO Today
Ted Holland, WB3AVD, describes himself as a cultural anthropologist who creates artistic telegraph or CW keys based on themes that move him, including OZ’s Emerald City
The Future of Amateur Radio: IARU-R1 President comments
IARU Region 1 report the comments of their President Don Beattie G3BJ on the future of amateur radio workshop program
Terry Robinson Amateur Radio Podcast
Visually impaired radio amateur Terry Robinson GM3WUX recently recorded a podcast with the Forth Valley Sensory Centre in which he talks about his love of amateur radio
ICQPodcast - Parks on the Air and Xiegu G90 SDR Transceiver Review
In this episode, Martin (M1MRB) is joined by Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Dan Romanchik KB6NU and Edmund Spicer M0MNG to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin (M6BOY) rounds up the news in brief and in the episode we feature Parks on the Air by Bill Barnes (WC3B) and XIEGU G90 SDR Transceiver review by Ed Durrant (DD5LP)
Award for receiving MIR-SAT1 telemetry
The Mauritius Amateur Radio Society (MARS), is offering an Award to commemorate the deployment of the MIR-SAT1 CubeSat from the ISS, planned for June 22 at 10:55 GMT
UEFA European Championship special event
IRTS News Broadcast on 4 metres
Ireland's East Leinster Amateur Radio Club (ELARC) conducted a Pilot IRTS News Broadcast on the 4 metre band, on the first Sundays of April, May and June
Comox Valley ham radio club having its Field Day on weekend
Technology changes rapidly, but some methods like amateur or 'ham' radio persevere because they have capabilities the new media lack
EI1SMC Slow Morse Club operation
IRTS News report that from the 17th to the 25th of July 2021 the Slow Morse Club will celebrate its very first complete year of operation. The club is about doing 'exactly what it says on the tin,' using slow morse, whether the operators are experienced or newbies to the mode
Feed Fetched by RSS Dog.

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