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Multiheadlines v2.0 - Web Based RSS/RDF/ATOM Aggregator was enhanced
PHP-Nukenukeevangelist writes "great news on Multiheadlines v2.0 - Web Based RSS/RDF/ATOM Aggregator was enhanced - get your copy today

Aikon writes "Hello everybody!!! I want to anounce a new release of Multiheadlines phpnuke addon.
Shortly, Multiheadlines is a php-nuke addon who let you show/post the content[link, title, description/summary]
of RSS, RDF, ATOM feeds directly to your php-nuke site. It has a lot of options in administration panel and is completely automated.

The second release of Multiheadlines have new lots of options:
- most signigficant is that from now on Multiheadlines have support for ATOM files format.
- activate/deactivate the feeds colection
- showing the time for every feed is optional
- showing the logo for each url feed is optional
- change the time format for feeds
- from now on you can preview the content of channel[or entry] for RSS/RDF/ATOM files [you can check before adding a feed url to your site, what content have the RSS/RDF channel or ATOM entry]."

please travel over to - get your copy and add your general praise, your further suggestions, your ideas and all your visions. Help to improve the module, the code and the whole commuity!"
Posted on Thursday, August 17 @ 00:46:32 CEST by VinDSL
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