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Defines a repeating section of content, filled by your RSS feed
The title of the content items, automatically made into a link
Insert one or more paragraphs from the post into your template
An RSS feed is a simple data file which contains some or all of your website updates. People can subscribe to your RSS feed using a feed reader (such as Google Reader) and be automatically notified when your website is updated.
Most content management systems (like Wordpress or Blogger) automatically create RSS feeds for you, so you may have an RSS feed even if you never set it up deliberately. Look for the RSS icon in your browser or on the website itself and take a look at this example RSS feed.
Any RSS feed can be used to automatically import content for your email newsletter, saving you from copying or re-writing items.
The container for the entire RSS content section, the data repeater defines a repeating section of content which will be filled by your specified RSS feed.
<h3>The latest from our blog</h3> <datarepeater type="rss" src="http://abcwidgets.com"> <h4><rsstitle tocitem></h4> <p>Posted by <rssauthor /> on <rssitemday />/<rssitemmonth /></p> <rssimage width="600" /> <rssbody paragraphs="all" /> </datarepeater>
Above: The code to include in your RSS-enabled HTML templates
Outputs date related text based relating to an RSS item. Used to add date related text, such as “Posted on Wednesday” to your templates that automatically updates when your RSS feed is populated.
The title of the content item.
Use this tag to insert one or more paragraphs from the post into your campaign. By default, the full entry will be used. Note: Some RSS feeds don't actually contain the entire item, instead inserting a summary. Campaign Monitor can only access whatever is in the RSS feed itself.
Shows the first image attachment for each post. Images are the only RSS enclosure type currently supported by Campaign Monitor, and only the first image can be included in your campaign. More information
Supported rss attachment types: