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TS RSS Reader

By Developers4Web May 24, 2007

Rating = 5292 votes

TS RSS Reader

TSRSSReader allows to enrich the content of your website with the information provided by other websites using the RSS format. Publishing through RSS is widely used by news portals, discussion forums, blogs or any website that wants to achieve a larger internet readership. TSRSSReader gives you the opportunity to install a RSS reader on your website - without any technical knowledge of this format. TSRSSReader is an extension developed for Adobe Dreamweaver MX (or later versions) and is supported by most of browsers. Requirements: TSRSSReader requires PHP script on the server where the website is published.

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UI Access:
TSRSSReader is distributed as a Dreamweaver MX (or later) component, in a file called TSRSSReader.mxp. By executing TSRSSReader.mxp, the component TSRSSReader will install itself and you will be able to access it, after restarting Dreamweaver, via the menu option "Insert > Dynamic Trio Solutions > Insert RSS Reader" or via " Insertbar > Dynamic Trio Solutions > Insert RSS Reader."


License: Commercial
Cost: $14.99
OS: Win | Mac
File format: MXP | 129.6 KB

Additional extension information

Author: Developers4Web
Author website:
Date published: May 24, 2007
Approval: Basic
Browsers: Internet Explorer 6,5.5,5 | Mozilla 1.0 | Netscape 7,6.2,6 | Opera 6,5
Required product(s): Dreamweaver MX
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver CS3, 8, MX 2004, 6.1, MX, CS4
Server environment: PHP MySQL


1-5 of 5 reviews | Show all reviews

cwildman34 10-May-12 Rating = 5

easy , quickly and nice look, saved me a lot of time on a project reaching to its deadline.

jefferis 23-Sep-10 Rating = 2

Works easily but it very limited in display options. Only allows a single fade in/out of a single rss feed at a time, rather than a scroll window, e.g., for all items. Just spent the money and now sorry I did.

shaffer55 21-Jul-09 Rating = 5

I was developing a basic site for client that was asking for the way to shown a rss channel in the only very little space available in their web’s left column, that was a large process searching for rss scripts but finally I found a way thanks to this product; I recommend it for servers with PHP support.

again again 04-Jan-08 Rating = 1


Hottie Jackie 04-Jan-08 Rating = 1


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