The RSS Feed for Posts add-on will automatically generate and dynamically update RSS feeds for all post types on the website.

Posts types (articles, classifieds, events, properties, etc.) will have their own RSS feeds that will always be kept up to date in real time as content is published to the website. This add-on will also have an all-inclusive RSS feed which aggregates all published posts.

How To Get This Add-On
  1. Websites with the VIP Add-Ons Club automatically have this add-on available:
    Join The VIP Add-Ons Club
  2. Purchase Individually: RSS Feed For Posts Add-On

Using the Add-On

To see all of the post in an RSS feed All the admin would require is to add /rss at then end of the URL:

Eg: yourdomain.com/rss

If the admin wish to have an RSS feed just for a specific feature, this is it would be done:

Eg: yourdomain.com/articles/rss

The admin can grab the URL directly by going to My Content - Edit Post Settings and copying the URL from here:

The admin can also get as specific as possible as long that the result is within the website for the post that is intended to share. For example, if the admin wanted to show all the articles with the word "sample" in the title the admin would add the URL like this:

Eg: yourdomain.com/articles/rss?q=Sample

Or if they wish to have the articles that belong in a certain category it would be like this:

Eg: yourdomain.com/articles/rss?q=&category[]=Category+1

The admin can simply go into the website, do a quick search within the feature and grab the URL that is given, simply copy from the ?q and add it to the end of the /rss to make it more detailed.

To learn more about this, please read this great third party article: https://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_rss.asp

By default, this RSS feed will show 10 post, but if the admin wishes to increase the limit please add this at the end of the URL.

Eg: yourdomain.com/articles/rss?limit=50

The ?limit= will tell the RSS feed how many post to show at a time.

Once this add-on is installed the Meta Tag for the RSS feed will add this automatically, letting Google know that the site has an RSS.

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="My New Website RSS Feed" href="http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/rss" />

For more information, please submit a ticket HERE.