How to Alter the WordPress RSS Widget’s Refresh Rate


How to Alter the WordPress RSS Widget’s Refresh Rate
Teri Powell

As amazing as the built in WordPress RSS widget can be there are times that it just doesn’t update fast enough. Thanks to the fact that WordPress is so easy to customize we can easily change this. In this article, we will show you how to alter the WordPress RSS Widget’s refresh rate.

How to Alter the WordPress RSS Widget’s Refresh Rate
Miranda Burgess

As amazing as the built in WordPress RSS widget can be there are times that it just doesn’t update fast enough. Thanks to the fact that WordPress is so easy to customize we can easily change this. In this article, we will show you how to alter the WordPress RSS Widget’s refresh rate.

WordPress.org
Len Gable

This free software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

WordPress.org
Sonia Boone

Shortcode can be used anywhere including in posts, pages, text widgets, and in PHP files by using the do_shortcode function. This RSS import plugin is very lightweight with a minimal amount of code as to insure it will not slow down your website. Build a custom news aggregator or use this plugin as a simple feed to post plugin by displaying the RSS parsing feed within the pages of your choice. This RSS aggregator is built on the SimplePie API.

WordPress.com
Essie Reese

There are RSS feeds all over the web. To find the feed of a blog, Flickr stream, or whatever else, look for the standard feed icon, or the word “subscribe” or “feed”. Right click and copy the URL – usually by using the “copy link” or “copy link location” option available.

Easily Customize WordPress’ Default Functionality
Gayle Fisher

WordPress has an incredibly sophisticated template hierarchy. Everything falls back to index.php, while templates such as page.php and single.php display various types of content differently. But you could get specific with category.php and even home.php. As you can imagine, home.php would be your home page, and category.php would display relevant posts when the visitor is viewing a category page. What you might not know is that you can get category-specific. By creating a template page named category-[slug].php or category-[id].php (that is, for example, category-news.php or category-6.php), you are telling WordPress, “Use this template specifically for this category.” I usually copy index.php or category.php and modify them.

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