Embed RSS/Atom Feed Content in Your Website.

And style the widget the way you want.

With the rssinclude.com RSS/Atom Reader Widget you can publish news feeds on your website, blog or facebook page quickly and easily!

The next reasonable thing for you to do might be to create a new RSSbox. Just click the link below. Style the appearance of the news feed just as you want and copy & paste a simple piece of HTML/Javascript or PHP to integrate a brand-new, automatically updated RSS/Atom Feed Widget into your website. Fresh content guaranteed.

RSS Widget For Your Website


Basically, an RSSbox is an RSS reader widget - a rectangular area on your website or blog displaying text and images from RSS feeds. When creating a new RSSbox you decide on which type of layout and which RSS feeds to use. Convert RSS to HTML, convert RSS to Javascript, convert RSS to PHP and include RSS on Facebook.

Example widgets on our demo page...

The RSS Feed Widget brings fresh content to your website every hour. Just plain colors (adjustable) and borders (optional). There are several types of RSSboxes. They meet the requirements of a great number of webmasters and bloggers.

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RSS Widget For Facebook Pages


We offer an RSS widget in a facebook style which you can integrate in your facebook fan page. To see an example please become a fan of our facebook page and click the "RSSinclude News" tab. As you will find the widget even contains a like button for all your feed items.

Feed caching and updating

Why does it take a while until new feed content is shown in my RSSbox? Is this delay really necessary?

Find the answers here...
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"Embed RSS" button for your website

By clicking the link others can embed your feed using the rssinclude.com technology.
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Example button using our own feed:
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We give you a 30 days test-drive to all of our features, no strings attached. Just register with your e-mail and create as many RSSboxes as you like. If you decide to use our service after the trial period you can pay our annual fee using Paypal or your credit card.

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We use our own RSS reader widget to embed feeds:

Preprocess Google Calendar Feed - Blog

A common use case for our service is embedding a google calendar feed as box into a website. There is however one issue with those feeds: their entry date doesn't contain the event date - instead it's when the event was created (or last updated). You can work around that by adding &sortorder=ascending&orderby=starttime parameters - and use "natural" sort order in the rssinclude box options. This however doesn't work anymore if you try to combine multiple feeds and need to sort the events by date. Preprocessing the feed using a custom php script on your own server is an easy workaround for this. Basic knowledge about php should be enough to get this running. So if you have an Webserver where you can run custom php scripts, upload the following php script and use that script url as feed url in include.

Jan 3, 2014

Include a box in a facebook page - Blog

Sep 27, 2013

Update frequency restored - Blog

To have as fast as possible output of our boxes we can't fetch the used feed servers while generating the output. Some feed servers take 10sec+ to respond - and you certainly don't want to wait that long for the box. So we have a server farm running in background periodically checking feeds for updates. At the moment this causes around 30 updates per second. Some of those updates take up to 30 seconds until they time out. So you can imagine this required quite some resources. And that's why we have spread that load across multiple servers - including AWS Spot Instances - where you basically bid for server instances. Recently the price got too high for us and so the average feed age went up to 60 minutes. We now ordered a bunch of ordinary (non "cloud") VPS helping with the updates - and we are finally back to 30 minutes! Check the status page for the current feed age.

Jun 14, 2013

Picture Box improvements - Blog

Just a short update: We improved Picture Box Template behavior for feed items not containing images. With that change empty items won't show up anymore for items that don't contain images. This makes it possible to use feeds where not all items have an image - those will be ignored silently.

Apr 2, 2013

Dear Twitter users,

the orange thing above is a Twitter-style RSSbox. It's simple, fast and reliable. You can use it with your own Twitter account on your website or blog.

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