Create any number of RSS feeds, select which sections and categories to include or exclude. Choose whether to render images or HTML in the feed. Output the whole the article in the feed, just the introduction or a certain number of words. The Ninja RSS Syndicator puts you in control of your feeds.
Also check out our new Enclosures Plugin and also our Content Plugin Tags remover plugin. With more plugins coming soon!
* Choice of output types: RSS 2.0, ATOM
* Write the feed name and description
* Choose the number of articles to show in feed
* Choose how to order the feed (by date descending, date ascending, section, category, article)
* Choose whether to show full text, a number of words in feed or just the intro text
* Choose the format for rendering author name
* Choose whether to render HTML
* Choose whether to render Images
* Choose whether to show frontpage items
* Choose which section to include
* Choose which categories to exclude
* Choose which individual articles to exclude
* Select the feed button
* Create your own personalized RSS buttons
But now, migrating all the sites to Joomla 2.5 I really wonder, if there will be an updated version or not. Some info from the devleloper would be highly appreciated!
The client only had to then add a news article to their site and it would update their site, rss, Facebook and twitter accounts in one hit!
That site was on Joomla 1.5............ unfortunately the new site I a, building for our company is in Joomla 1.6 and was soooooooo disappointed to find out this isn't compatible.
The sooner you make a 1.6 version the better as I cannot emphasize enough how good and how useful this extension is.
Unfortunately there don't appear to be any other free 1.6 compatible extensions available that do this job. I'm stuck really... there's certainly a niche in the directory here!
I wanted an RSS feed for just my site's news articles (which aren't shown on the frontpage) and this was exactly what I needed.
Although I couldn't easily locate any install/setup instructions, I found that I didn't need them.
unzip the install file, upload the com_ and mod_ zip files using Joomla and then go to Components in Joomla to configure the feed.
I then used the module to publish a RSS feed icon so my users could find the feed.
I like especially the build-in "button maker" where you can create your own RSS button (changing text and colours) without even leaving your back-end.
Initially I had a problem with defining what contents would appear in the feed. Some closer look at the settings, and two minutes of searching in the Ninja RSS help forum solved my problems.
Attention: If you are fiddling with your settings and you do not see a change in your browser window, set the "cache time" from 3600 seconds (default) to 0 or 1 second, this will help. At least in my case it solved the issue.
I give it four stars here (not five) because with some help-section the component and module would be even better.
Thanks for the kind words.
The next major version of Ninja RSS (2.0) will have support for various plugins, including different data sources, so we will start adding different extensions depending on demand.
Ninja RSS Syndicator is a superb extension that works like a charm, and support is excellent.
Great job NinjaForge! Thank you for share it with the community.