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RSS News Fetch 40430-0950 RSS News Fetch 40430-0950 RSS News Fetch - $0.00 Version 40430-0950
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Description Updated 2013-07-25

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This small script will fetch X number of items from an RSS feed and display them within the content of your site. Great for putting updates on your site, or news, or even blog excerpts.

This small script will fetch X number of items from an RSS feed, parse it as plain HTML, and print it to a browser. In order to speed things up, the RSS feed is cached to a text file on the server. It checks for updates to the feed every Y number of days.

The 'see it work' link below is for our news page on this site. This page is generated from my blog on It's also used for the news page at

Update - I've written a new version of this script which parses the XML feed without use of any of the XML or RSS modules. It's not included in the zip file, so if you need it let me know and I'll email it to you.


This small script use site, for news. You can see news on page
Good script!

You should make a really sample of a website using Rss News fetch.
The rss smaple you show I can have when I click on rrs google news.
I think this is not the way peoples buy and I buy a hell of good stuff, but I wan to see how it looks once is uploaded on a server

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