Email notification of changes was an early solution to this problem.
Examples of such websites are news sites, community and religious organization information pages, product information pages, medical websites, and weblogs.
Repeatedly checking each website to see if there is any new content can be very tedious.
RSS works by having the website author maintain a list of notifications on their website in a standard way.
This list of notifications is called an "RSS Feed".
Below are built-in widgets which you can use on any page that built with Admin :: Layout Editor (such as Homepage, Member Home Page etc..) The RSS Feed landing homepage are built entirely with these widgets. However, Younetco, which is a competitor of Radcode, and with whom I am implementing a project advised me to give this plugin a try. Vincent quickly took a deep dive into the issue and give us a quick and precise diagnosis. Most importantly, to make sure his customer is happy, Vincent did not mind debug the code for us in the midnight.
Younetco removed a conflict, and the plugin works like a charm. I will definitely give Vincent and his Radcodes a try next time we need to do something with our SE site.Now this is a great plugin, like everything that makes Radcodes :) Hello, I was wondering if I could suggest a couple of features for the Rss plugin.First of all, I think it's a pretty cool and useful plugin so thanks for making it:) Would it be possible to create a widget like the activity feed that updates all the latest blog/news entries from all feeds submitted?channel = album bad, very bad: ( SE3.2 Sorry my English Added on UPD: Problem solved!Just over 20 minutes, the author sent the update and everything was working perfectly well!It is made up of a list of items presented in order from newest to oldest.