This plugin has been retired. No further development will occur on it.
The Feed Widgets plugin for WordPress lets you insert any widget after each post in your RSS feed.
To make the best of this plugin, be sure to configure the full text feed setting, under Settings / Reading.
You may also find its child project, the Inline Widgets plugin, of interest for non-feeds.
Placing a widget after your post in your feeds
It’s short and simple:
- Browse Appearance / Widgets
- Open the Feed Widgets panel (“sidebar”, in the WP jargon)
- Place whichever widgets you want in that panel
Common uses for this plugin include:
- An Author Image widget, so as to add some “About this author” information after each post automatically
- A Related Widget, so as to drive readers to related content on your site
- A Newsletter Widget (some feed readers strip forms too, but most don’t)
- An HTML-based (rather than js-based) ad, i.e. a text widget, that promotes a product on your site (or someone else’s site)
This package is part of Semiologic Pro, and is access-restricted.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Semiologic forum is the best place to report issues.
Version 2.3.2 =
- Add code to turn deactivate the plugin
Version 2.3.1 =
- Development has ceased on this plugin. Updated source and readme accordingly
Version 2.3 =
- WP 4.0 compat
Version 2.2 =
- Code refactoring
- WP 3.9 compat
Version 2.1.1 =
- WP 3.8 compat
Version 2.1 =
- WP 3.6 compat
- PHP 5.4 compat
Version 2.0.1 =
- WP 3.5 compat
- Fix PHPDoc errors
Version 2.0 =
- Complete rewrite
- WP_Widget class
- Code enhancements and optimizations