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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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More Plugins

The RSS Super Pack comes with even more plugins that aren't demonstrated here. You can see a few in the "Live Demos" section. The others are:

  • Access Keys: adds accelerator keys (eg. alt+1) to each feed item.
  • Click: route clicks to any URL of your choice (eg. a click tracking script -- remember to redirect to the original link when finished processing!)
  • Filter: filters out feed items that you don't want displayed.
  • ItemIDs: wraps each item in a <div> with a unique ID (useful for integrating with other scripts).
  • MySQL: stores parsed feed items in a database for other scripts to use.
  • Newer Than: only displays items newer than a specified age.
  • Numeric Entities: converts HTML numeric entities (eg. &#x3A2C;) to characters.
  • Processed Data: returns parsed feed data in a PHP array
  • Quicktime: shows QuickTime and MPEG movies
  • Replace Text: search and replace feed content before display (fix broken URLs, expand acronyms...)
  • XML Encode: encodes output so that it can be embedded in an XML document (use to generate aggregate or filtered RSS feeds...)