Distuingished Professor of Humanities Alan Jacobs recently wrote a blog post about the difficulties of reading online. His post starts: “Very few sites on the internet are meant to facilitate reading — most are, in fact, designed to inhibit reading.”
We’ve added proxy support to Feed Control in our latest update. This post will explain what it does, why you might need it, and how you can enable it.
JSON output is now supported on all paid plans and we’ve fixed a CDN issue affecting some feeds.
Feed Creator can turn a webpage into an RSS feed. Following on from part 1, in this post we’re going to show you how to include additional information in the feed such as item dates, images and summaries.
Push to Kindle patrons with access to the beta version of the extension can now enable a new setting to preserve links in the Kindle documents produced. Also: listen to the AppStories episode in which Push to Kindle was featured, and learn about the upcoming change to free monthly credits.
Feed Creator can turn a webpage into an RSS feed. In this post we’re going to show you how to create such a feed, step by step.
Reuters officially stopped producing RSS feeds in June 2020, but using a workaround you can still subscribe to their news items.
In this post we’ll look at how to migrate a Jekyll blog to WordPress using an RSS file generated by Jekyll. We’ll also cover how to set up redirects from your old post URLs to their new WordPress home.
New versions of Feed Creator and Full-Text RSS are now available for self hosting. They fix problems users reported when running the software with PHP 8.
We recently moved our old blog posts from a different system (Jekyll) to WordPress. We used RSS to move the content over, and figured there might be others looking to do the same. This guide will show you how.