This service allows to you take any RSS or Atom feed that you find, and place that feed into a web page on your website. The feed will be formatted so that it is easily readable by your website visitors.
Once you have found a feed that you want to embed in your web page, you can use RSS 2 HTML to create snippets of code:
You can customise the content and appearance of the feed items to match the rest of your website. Depending on your requirements, you can either do this in the online form within RSS 2 HTML, and/or get your website developer to implement.
You can embed one feed into multiple different web pages in your website, or you can embed multiple feeds into a single web page, or multiple different feeds in different web pages in your website.
Anyone! You will need access to edit the “HTML code” for your website, to be able to add the code snippet. Frequently, you have this access through a CMS (Content Management System) or admin portal. For example, if you have a Wordpress site, then as long as you have access to WP Admin, then you can use RSS 2 HTML.
If you have a developer who makes changes to your website on your behalf, then you can have your developer add the code snippet for you.
You can use any feed with RSS 2 HTML, as long as it is in one of these formats:
Nearly every feed that you see online will be in one of these formats. Just give it a try!
If you don’t use an off-the-shelf CMS or blogging platform, you can still use RSS 2 HTML. In this case you will need to have access to edit the source code for your website and the ability to deploy your updated source code to your web hosting provider.
You can load feeds from any publicly available feed HTTP or HTTPS URL as long as it is served over one of these ports:
To improve performance, RSS 2 HTML caches all feed content for 5 minutes. This means that when a feed has a new item added to it, it can take up to 5 minutes to see that new item in your website.