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#1 2021-01-30 04:06:01

marios2
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pull 3rd party feeds to your TXP install / RSS Newsticker

For my next project , which is an online magazine I would like to pull RSS feeds from third parties into dedicated sections of my install.
I used to use aks_rss, which uses Simple Pie.
Don’t know, if both of these are still supported by 4.8.

I did a search in the plugin thread as far back as 2004 with no luck. ( But I have the old plugin )
The latest version of SimplePie 1.3.1 is from 30 Oct 2012 .

Is anybody else interested in such a thing? Is there maybe another solution for this ?
If not, I would be willing to payroll such a thing for the TXP community.

Not a priority right now, but needed for my next project.

rgrds marios.

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#2 2021-01-30 06:46:13

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Re: pull 3rd party feeds to your TXP install / RSS Newsticker

Did you check smd_xml?


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#3 2021-01-30 10:10:37

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Re: pull 3rd party feeds to your TXP install / RSS Newsticker

colak wrote #328415:

Did you check smd_xml?

Yes, that works nowadays and is probably the best way to go.

That said, I did recently update a very old installation for someone that was using a very ancient plugin simply called SimplePie Plugin. With a few minor changes and the most recent version of SimplePie, it did work with the current txp version.


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#4 2021-01-30 17:01:43

marios2
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Re: pull 3rd party feeds to your TXP install / RSS Newsticker

jakob wrote #328416:

Yes, that works nowadays and is probably the best way to go.

That said, I did recently update a very old installation for someone that was using a very ancient plugin simply called SimplePie Plugin. With a few minor changes and the most recent version of SimplePie, it did work with the current txp version.

Oh, yes, good to know. I will take a look at smd_xml first. thanks.

rgrds marios.

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