How to Use RSS Aggregator Pro Nulled 20 to Import and Display RSS Feeds on Your WordPress Site
RSS Aggregator Pro Nulled 20 is a premium WordPress plugin that allows you to import, merge, and display RSS feeds and Atom feeds from any source on your site. It is the most popular and most robust plugin for RSS feed aggregation and display on WordPress.
In this article, we will show you how to use RSS Aggregator Pro Nulled 20 to create a powerful and dynamic website with RSS feeds. You will learn how to:
Install and activate the plugin
Add and manage RSS feed sources
Display RSS feed items using shortcodes and blocks
Customize the display templates and styles
Extend the plugin with premium add-ons
Install and Activate the Plugin
To install RSS Aggregator Pro Nulled 20, you need to download the plugin file from this link[^1^]. Then, go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to Plugins > Add New. Click on the Upload Plugin button and select the plugin file from your computer. Click on Install Now and then Activate.
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Add and Manage RSS Feed Sources
Once the plugin is activated, you will see a new menu item called RSS Aggregator on your WordPress dashboard. Click on it to go to the plugin settings page. Here, you can add and manage your RSS feed sources.
To add a new RSS feed source, click on the Add New button at the top. You will see a screen where you can enter the details of the RSS feed source, such as:
The name of the source (optional)
The URL of the RSS feed (required)
The update interval (how often the plugin will fetch new items from the source)
The number of items to import per fetch
The number of items to store per source
The status of the source (active or paused)
The categories and tags to assign to the imported items (optional)
The author to assign to the imported items (optional)
You can also enable or disable some advanced options, such as:
Force feed (to import feeds that are not valid XML)
Unique titles only (to avoid importing duplicate items)
Set canonical link (to link back to the original source)
Open videos in a lightbox (to play YouTube, DailyMotion, and Vimeo videos directly)
After entering all the details, click on Publish to save the RSS feed source. You can add as many sources as you want.
Display RSS Feed Items Using Shortcodes and Blocks
To display the imported RSS feed items on your site, you can use either shortcodes or blocks. Shortcodes are codes that you can insert into any post or page to display dynamic content. Blocks are elements that you can drag and drop into any post or page using the Gutenberg editor.
To use shortcodes, you need to copy and paste the following code into any post or page where you want to display the RSS feed items:
This shortcode will display all the imported items from all sources in a list format. You can also use some parameters to customize the shortcode output, such as:
[wp-rss-aggregator limit=\"10\" source=\"5\" order=\"DESC\" date=\"true\" author=\"true\"]
This shortcode will display only 10 items from source number 5 in descending order by date, with date and author information.
To use blocks, you need to edit any post or page using the Gutenberg editor. Then, click on the plus icon (+) to add a new block. Search for WP RSS Aggregator block and select it. You will see a preview of the block output on your post or page. You can also use some settings on the 0efd9a6b88