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To change the order of elements within each item, simply drag and drop them one over another.

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  • Item Description/Content
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Enter RSS feeds, one per line
Enter how many items you would like to be shown in your content block. Put "0" (zero) to show all items
The width of your output content block in pixels. Leave empty for automatic sizing.
The height of your output content block in pixels. Leave empty for automatic sizing.
Highlight your content block with 1px border
Randomly shuffle RSS feeds items to achieve original content
Separate each RSS feeds item with 1px line
Convert links into javascript to prevent PageRank leakage.
Open links in new windows, so users won't leave your page.
Choose font family for your content block text
Choose font size for your content block text
Example: 10
Choose font color for your content block text
Choose background color for your content block. Default: white
You can enter any html code before your output content block for advanced formatting.
Example: <hr>
You can enter any html code after your output content block for advanced formatting.
Example: <br>
Allows you to show/hide feed source information, taken from the first rss feed in your list
Choose font color for your channel title
Choose background color for your channel title
Enter path to background image of your channel title.
Allows you to show/hide title element of each rss feed item within your content block.
Converts title elements of each rss feed item into links, taken from link elements
You can enter any html code before each title element for advanced formatting.
Example: <i>
You can enter any html code after each title element for advanced formatting.
Example: </i>
Allows you to show/hide date element of each rss feed item within your content block.
You can enter any html code before each date element for advanced formatting.
Example: <i>
You can enter any html code after each date element for advanced formatting.
Example: </i>
Allows you to show/hide description element of each rss feed item within your content block.
To make your content even more unique, you can define a random number of symbols to be shown in each item's description followed by "...".
Example: 100-100 will display exactly 100 symbols in each item description
Enter HTML tags allowed in each item's description. The rest of HTML tags will be cut out.
Example: <a><img><br><div>
You can enter any html code before each description element for advanced formatting.
Example: <i>
You can enter any html code after each description element for advanced formatting.
Example: </i>
Will allow you to include additional item elements such as <author> <enclosure> <category> <comments> into item description
Allows you to show/hide link element of each rss feed item within your content block.
Allows you to replace links anchor text with your custom phrase (50 symbols max)
You can enter any html code before each link element for advanced formatting.
Example: <i>
You can enter any html code after each link element for advanced formatting.
Example: </i>
Naming your code snippet allows you to easily find it in your "My Saves" as well as identify it in your webpage source code. (25 symbols max)
Your rss feed(s) will be converted into code snippet of any format of your choice: php, javascript or html. You can copy/paste this snippet into your webpage source code to display unique self updating content block.
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