Angsuman’s Feed Copyrighter
This plugin adds a copyright message to your feed items. No customization is required. This acts as a deterrant to feed-stealers (you heard the word first here) who unscrupulously and blatantly displays your full feed contents (often with their own advertisements) in their site(s) without your permission. It doesn’t affect when only excerpts are shown nor it adds anything to the feeds when you decide to publish only article summary in your feeds.
Atom 1.0 Generator
Replaces the default Atom 0.3 feeds with Atom 1.0 feeds; uses the Atom threading extension to link posts and their comments. Wordpress 2.0.x only.
An RSS aggregator (feed reader), supporting RSS 0.9, 1.0 and 2.0
BDP RSS Aggregator
The BDP RSS Aggregator captures RSS feeds for the sites you select and displays them on your web site. It does this without using cron. Instead, every time someone visits your site, that hit is used to poll the most out of date feed on your feed list. The Aggregator is fully configurable from the WordPress dashboard.
Allows you to enhance your feeds with several highly customisable features.
Bot Allow Content
Could be useful only when serving summaries. Allows a pre-defined list of bots to read and index the full content of the posts through the Atom (0.3 or 1.0), RSS 2.0 and RDF feeds. From version 0.4, it provides a configuration page in the admin panel. Requires WP2. For older WordPress, use the 0.2 version of the plugin.
Automatic Live-Bookmark functionality. Seamlessly generates view-specific autodiscovery links for categories. Options to produce feed links in posts, archives, or anywhere. Create category links next to feed links, include icons, post counts, and more. Works great with Firefox’s Live Bookmarks and Opera’s Livemarks. Generates strict XHTML.
RSS/Atom aggregation script, for pulling from other site feeds. Ability to CSS/style sort of like WordPress so it “looks like your site”. Can also pull and interleave/date-sort multiple feeds at once (’MultiFeed’).
RSS optimizer that forces full content of posts to show in all feeds and fixes the WordPress “cdata” compatibility issue to maximize your feed readership and improve quality.
Places a personal and unique ‘digital fingerprint’ into every post found in your feed. Then, through a management page, the plugin helps you search for evidence of this fingerprint on the web (using 5 different search engines) which would indicate that your content has been scraped and used without your permission. In addition, the plugin provides a listing of several valuable resources to turn to should you find your content used in an unauthorized manner.
Allows you to offer your readers both a full post feed (with the more tag stripped) and a summary feed (extract if it exists, to the more tag if it exists, or cut at a user definable number of characters). Subscribers can choose the format that suits them, ie full post to read now, or summary to skim and follow up later. Works for all post feeds (category, author, etc), not just the main site feed.
Converts HTML character entities (» etc.) to their numeric equivalents (» and so on). A fixer for entities in RSS feeds. Notice: WordPress 1.5.1 incorporates this plugin. If you run 1.5.1 or above, you don’t need this.
ESF 1.0 Feed
Adds ESF support to WordPress.
This plugin will allow you to change how WordPress generates the main feeds that the update services use. From here you can add Pages to your feeds or remove posts from them. You also have the option to exclude specific posts or pages based on their ID and can also set the sort options to use modified date instead of post date.
Provides rewrite rules for common feed filenames used by other blogging platforms. Files such as index.xml, index.rdf, rss.xml, rss2.xml, atom.xml, *.xml are directed to the appropriate WP handler. All of WP?s usual feed URIs will continue to work.
Allows you to add a customisable copyright statement and the post URL to the top of each feed entry. If someone finds your post on a splog, they will see the copyright statement before they read it, work out what?s going on and visit your site to read the original post. Having this at the bottom of the post is too late. There?s less chance the reader will take action and some splogs chop the bottom off.
Feed Locations Plugin
Allows you to set the location of all the RSS/Atom feeds associated with your site. It can be used to change the url to FeedBurner or to some other syndication service.
FD Feedburner Plugin
This plugin redirects the main feed and optionally the comments feed to Feedburner.com. It does this without the need to modify templates, setup new hidden feeds, modify .htaccess files, or asking users to migrate to a new feed. All existing feeds simply become Feedburner feeds seamlessly and transparently for all users. Works with IIS and Apache.
An Atom/RSS aggregator for WordPress. It syndicates content from newsfeeds that you select into your WordPress blog as posts. Handles special/new categories, multiple authors etc. See also [/FeedWordPress_Filters FeedWordPress Filters]
Simple RSS aggregator plugins for WordPress. Easily insert an RSS feed into a post or page without having to touch PHP or HTML. Works with del.icio.us, Technorati, Digg, etc! What more could you want?
Easy and stable displaying of feeds from other sites. Requires PHP5 and support the following types of feeds Atom, Feedburner, RSS0.91, RSS0.92, RSS2.0 and RDF/RSS1.0.
Full Text Feed
Prevents WordPress 2.1+ from adding a more link to your website?s feed.
Livemarks for Categories
Makes every category of your blog appear as a separate feed in Firefox if you are at your blog’s home page. At other places the post’s relevant categories are shown. As a bonus, comments feed of your blog is also shown.
RSS Fetched Link List
Imports any RSS feed (0.9, 1.0, or 2.0) and outputs the entries as an html list. Supports item limit, randomness, and having it output in format other than an html list.
Sig2Feed RSS Plugin
Sig2feed?s primary goal is to provide a simple administration interface to allow the addition of a custom tagline, signature or copyright message to wordpress full RSS feeds.
Simple Feed Copyright
Adds a simple copyright notice at end of full text articles in your feed.
Adds buttons at the end of your sidebar so your visitors can subscribe to your blog via services such as Bloglines and MyYahoo!.
Adds icons to your sidebar for RSS feed subscriptions
Tags: Feed Aggregators
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