WordPress RSS Full Content WITH IMAGES 📸 (Step By Step)


To get the most from external RSS feeds, you need to be able to import RSS feeds into WordPress as posts, and if you are able to import images
too, that’s more like it. So, in this video, I’m going to show you
exactly how you can do that using our very own FEEDZY plugin. Ready? Let’s get started! While the free version of our FEEDZY plugin is helpful for displaying basic RSS feeds via shortcodes and widgets, you’ll need
the PRO version of FEEDZY to actually import RSS feeds into WordPress as posts. To get started, you need to install both FEEDZY Lite and FEEDZY Pro. FEEDZY Pro actually functions as an add-on, so it needs the free version to operate. Once you have both plugins installed and activated, head to Settings → General and scroll down to the FEEDZY RSS Feeds Premium license box to activate your FEEDZY Pro version, like so. You can find your license key in your ThemeIsle account. Next up, you’re ready to specify the RSS
feeds you’d like to import WordPress posts from. Need help finding an RSS feed? Here are a few tips. For WordPress blogs, you can almost always
append /feed to the end of a URL to get the RSS feed. To make sure you’ve found a working RSS
feed, you can use this free RSS feed validation tool. I have left a link in the description box
for you. By the way, if you want to jump over the steps in this video, check the timestamps in the same box below. Now, once you have the feed that you’d like to import, head to FEEDZY RSS → Import Posts. Click on “New Import” Give it a name so that you can remember what you’re importing and paste the RSS feed URL into the box. You can separate multiple feed URLs with commas, like so. Then click next. One neat thing about FEEDZY is that it lets you add keyword filters to your RSS feeds. With these filters, you can only import posts that include certain keywords, or you can Import all posts except those that contain
certain keywords. Enter your keywords as desired. For example, with the test configuration I
created here, FEEDZY will not import any posts that contain the words “premium” or “business”. Those keywords are just examples so use something related to your own niche. I hope everything is clear so let’s move to
the next step. If not, and you have questions, feel free
to type them in the comments below I will do my best to answer it. Now it’s time for the final, and most time-consuming step. You need to map the information from your RSS feed to the information in your WordPress post. For example, you can pick what information to use as the title of your WordPress post, among other options. As part of this process, you can use tags
to import dynamic information. For example, if you make your Post Title equal to the [#item_title] tag, FEEDZY will automatically insert the title of the RSS feed entry as
your WordPress post’s title. Let’s look at a more detailed example. Say you want to import the RSS feed to WordPress: 1. As a normal WordPress post 2. In the category of News Aggregation 3. With the RSS feed entry title as the WordPress post title 4. With the original RSS feed date as the WordPress
publish date 5. With the original RSS content as the WordPress
post content 6. With the same featured image as the RSS feed image (if available) To do that, you’d set things up like this. Select “Post” here, “News Aggregator” in this drop-down, “Item Title” here, “Item Date” here, “Item Content” here and finally, “Item Image here. And you can also Add custom fields at the bottom, though that’s an advanced feature that you don’t need to touch unless you’re
already familiar with what custom fields are. Once you’ve got everything configured, just click Save & Activate at the bottom to start importing posts. FEEDZY runs every hour, so you’ll need to
wait at last one hour before the plugin will begin to import your posts. After an hour, you should start to see posts that meet your requirements published on your blog. If you want to automatically rephrase your
imported content with Feedzy’s WordAI integration, make sure you get the required subscription. This integration will refresh your content,
ensuring you have no duplicate content concerns. How cool is that? Once the plugin starts importing articles
into your WordPress blog, you will see new articles in the posts list on your dashboard. Let’s check how an imported post looks like. Remember that you can import just the excerpt,
or the full post as well. All you need to do is choosing the RSS feeds you want to pull content from and then set up keyword filtering. Map the content from your RSS feed to your WordPress posts’ details and then FEEDZY Pro will automatically check for new posts every hour and import them to your blog. So easy and helpful, right? Do you have questions about how to import WordPress RSS full content, with images, into your blog? Leave them in the comments below and I will do my best to answer every question. Share the video if you like it and then check out other videos on our channel. See you in the next video.

16 thoughts on “WordPress RSS Full Content WITH IMAGES 📸 (Step By Step)

  1. How do I import the categories of a post? Also, is there a way to set it so that imported images are automatically centered? Thanks!

  2. How do I add the original Author name and the Name of the Website that the feed came from – please and thanks

  3. Won't there be copyright issues if you import articles like this? What do you do to overcome this potential problem?

  4. Hi Robert. I can't work out the difference between the Pro "Personal" and "Developer" licenses? I just bought the "Personal" but some of my RSS feed posts aren't displaying all the text whilst others are. Also in the Pro Personal version where can I alter the image dimensions and layout options? I can see how you do that in the FREE version via the short code but the Pro version just automatically just feeds into my Post archive and I can't figure out where to alter those specifications. Thanks!

  5. Is it possible to use a screenshot of the original article for the importet post? There is an open source plugin called Browser Screenshots. Could they work together? I am asking because of copyright issues. Additionaly it would be nice to have the option to blur the image.

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