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You can also post your RSS feeds as widgets – go to Appearance / Widgets and drag the “RSS” widget to any widget area.
This is a sample of how your imported feeds will look on the front-end (I’m using Twenty Seventeen theme):👉 Get this RSS feed plugin if you need an RSS importer with powerful features yet lightweight interface.
A great feature, I’d say, because you can pick only a few articles to be displayed on your site, and not republish everything. First, go to the plugin’s settings page and fill in all the fields to set your preferences and add the feed you’d like to fetch.
If Feedzy identifies HTTP images while importing the feeds, it will let you decide how to handle them: show with HTTP link, force HTTPS, or simply import the image as is.
You are not limited to excerpts, you can actually fetch the full text from any feed, including product prices if you own an e-commerce business. The plugin keeps pace with the latest Word Press trends: it is integrated with Elementor and Gutenberg, which means that you can add feeds via their builder interfaces without trouble.
Last but not least, importing a significant number of external posts won’t be a burden because the plugin has feed caching, which means that the loading speed of your site won’t be affected at all.
RSSImport is a lightweight and straightforward solution among the best RSS feed plugins.
You just need to install it and use either a shortcode, a widget, or a PHP function to make it work. This is an example of how to be simple and efficient at the same time.