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RSS Widget

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Embedding Images
Standard Text Formatting
Indentation
Clipboard Functions
Tables
Text Coloring
Bullets and Numbering
Alignment of Text
Insert Menu
Links
Table
Task
Horizontal Line
Hub Button
Network Logo
Workspace Property
Table of Contents
Video
HTML
More Plugins
RSS Feed
Footnote
Folder Contents
Page Include
Recent Visitors
# of Visitors
WS Property
Skype
Add Link
Formatting Fonts
Spell Check
Remove Formatting
Source Mode
Full Screen Editing
 
Troubleshooting the Editor  

 

Note:  The reliability of this particular plugin is completely dependent on the reliability of the service hosting the RSS feed.  If you ever see the plugin blank, or not displaying anything in view mode, then it is most likely an intermittent problem with the service hosting the plugin, and not the plugin itself.

 

  1. Go into edit mode on your workspace by clicking the "Edit" tab.



  2. Click the "Insert" button in the editor toolbar, and select the RSS widget plugin from the "More Plugins -> HTML & Gadgets" category:




  3. In this step, set the precise URL of the RSS feed.  This is not the URL of the regular website, but the URL of where the RSS feed is hosted.  Typically, the URL text itself indicates that it is an RSS feed.  You can also set the options to show the feed title or open the links of the feed in a new window.  Then, click Next.




  4. Finally, click "Insert Plugin" and "Save" your workspace page.

 

 

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