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Free Plugins

When you buy the RSS Super Pack, you'll get 20 free plugins that you can use to format, filter, and control how RSS feeds are displayed on your website.

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What is CaRP?

CaRP is an "RSS parser" -- a PHP web script that converts content from RSS data feeds to HTML (the format of web pages), and integrates it seamlessly into your webpages.

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Standard RSS Feed Demo

Use this form to check out how your RSS feed (or one you'd like to display on your site) looks in CaRP Evolution. (Of course, when CaRP is running on your site, you'll have full control of how it's formatted and which plugins you use).

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