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Spry RSS Feed

By Zizzer Zazzer June 09, 2011

Rating = 14 votes

Spry RSS Feed

Framework: Spry

Display local or remote RSS feeds and style them using CSS.

Not available

UI Access:
Not available

Additional extension information

Author: Zizzer Zazzer
Author website: Not available
Date published: June 09, 2011
Approval: None
Browsers: Firefox ALL | Google Chrome | Internet Explorer ALL | Netscape ALL | Opera ALL | Safari ALL
Required product(s): Dreamweaver CS5
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver CS5
Server environment: Not available


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DanBatson 02-May-12 Rating = 1

I have been pulling my hair out thinking i had done something wrong until I pulled up the comments/reviews here. This widget would be absolutely awesome and such a godsend if it worked. As stated in previous reviews, the widget works and looks great in LIVEVIEW within Dreamweaver CS5.5 on my Mac. However, it does not function at all in ANY web browser once uploaded to the web server. Safari can open the file on the Mac and view the feeds correcty (without pictures showing up within the feed).

Widgets should be quick and relatively painless for us. Especially those like me who rely on Dreamweaver to create the code and only require minimal coding tweaks.

Bummer! I hope this is not how the vast majority of the widgets are.

Nathan Mobley 16-Mar-12 Rating = 1

Works in Adobe Widget Browser, but not in Dreamweaver or web server.

Milan Dzunda 27-Nov-11 Rating = 1

absolutely useless widget, can't believe it's part of Dreamweaver widgets, it displays nothing in Firefox, IE blocks it, u have to unblock it, then some RSS is displayed but when u click on headline it goes anywhere or bring u to desktop

Sorry Zizzer, not happy with that

would love to see proper RSS widget cos I really need it

cafe21 25-Nov-11 Rating = 1

Looks great on a desktop testing server but does not work on a live remote server.

I have been referred to on this


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