What is it?
Aggregate allows you to display the contents of an RSS feed within your posts.
It automatically fetches, parses and caches the contents of the RSS feed, and displays the entries—with links—in an HTML unordered list.
Download, unzip, upload, and activate in your WordPress admin panel.
Help test the latest changes/features and report bugs by using SVN:
Aggregate adds a post tag that’s used to fetch, parse and display feeds. Here’s an example:
Which would produce the following output:
Using Aggregate in a post to parse a feed containing that post will kill your webserver.
You can also use aggregate outside of posts, in your sidebar for example. The following code will produce the same output as the above example:
<?php echo aggregate::get_rss('http://newsrss.bbc.co.uk/rss/newsonline_uk_edition/front_page/rss.xml'); ?>
- 2006-02-11: 1.1
- You can now use Aggregate outside posts.