If you’re thinking about adding syndication to your website, consider using SimplePie, a super fast and easy-to-use feed parser written in PHP. With SimplePie, adding a RSS feed to your site couldn’t be more easier. In this article, I will show you how to create a RSS page that will display a feed. It will display my blog’s RSS feed as default when nothing is clicked. I’ve included a couple of links that are clickable. When the links are clicked, the RSS feed for that link will be displayed.
First, download SimplePie.
Next, we need to create a file and copy the code below. The code is pretty much self-explanatory.
set_feed_url($_GET[feed]); // Run SimplePie. $feed->init(); // Send the result to show up on the browser $feed->handle_content_type(); ?> Yahoo News | Reuter Newsget_items() as $item): ?>
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See the demo. Just add your own CSS stylesheet and you're ready to go.