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SummaryGiven an RSS feed URL, this module will pull it, and let you foreach() it or render it. This module will also cache feeds that you retrieve with it.
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[b]bold[/b] [i]italic[/i] [u]underline[/u] [url=http://domain.com]link text[/url][code]Code Example[/code] [img]http://domain.com/image.jpg[/img] [list] [*]Entry 1 [*]Entry 2 [/list]
Extended Module Description (optional)This module is the opposite of the MarkupRSS module that comes with ProcessWire because that module creates RSS feeds. Whereas this module loads them and gives you easy access to the data to do whatever you want.
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This module requires that your PHP installation have the 'allow_url_fopen' option enabled. By default, it is enabled in PHP. However, some hosts turn it off for security reasons. This module will prevent itself from being installed if your system doesn't have allow_url_fopen. If you run into this problem, let me know as we may be able to find some other way of making it work without too much trouble.
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