If you run a website and want to include RSS feeds the simple way, RSSinclude offers an easy method to do this. Simple Feed Integration Form - START HERE! >>
Or test drive our new, improved service www.rssinclude.com. Still beta, but it works.
Your task: Integrate any RSS feed into your website.
Your problem: Either your site is built by hand using Dreamweaver, Frontpage or whatever and does not support RSS integration or you use a CMS (content managment system) which does not support RSS integration.
Your solution: Use the RSSinclude form, enter the URL address of the RSS feed you would like to integrate and copy a piece of HTML into your website. Thats all. Nothing more is needed to display any RSS feed on your website. Our RSSinclude service will do all the work.
You can see some demos here (page may take some seconds to load, please be patient).
RSSinclude is written in PHP and uses a slightly modified version of the great MagpieRSS class. The PHP source code for PHPinclude will be available soon.
No, we aren't first with this idea! There are many similar services out there. Check them out!