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		<title>RSSread</title>
		<menu title="Main Menu" id="1">
			<link rel="int" url="index.php">Home</link>
			<link rel="int" url="about.php">About</link>
			<link rel="int" url="future.php">Future Projects</link>
		</menu>
		<menu title="Projects" id="2">
			<link rel="int" url="comp_details/">Computer Details</link>
			<link rel="int" url="file_limit/">::File Limit::</link>
			<link rel="int" url="rss_read/">RSSread</link>
			<link rel="int" url="xmlmenu/">XMLmenu</link>
		</menu>
		<menu title="WordPress Plugins" id="3">
			<link rel="int" url="dpti/">Default Post Thumbnail Image</link>
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Important News:

RSSread has been accepted at PHP Classes
You can view/download RSSread at www.phpclasses.org

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RSSread has been released!

The example page for RSSread can be found here
This page shows the usage of RSSread using a function provided in the base class

A real-world working example can be found on my homepage

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This program is an XML RSS reader that processes XML RSS feeds and then displays them on a page.

The number of post to display and how much of each post to display can be configured.
How the program outputs the posts can also be configured.

The configuration of the output can be hand-coded into the script, or by using a function supplied in the class, the output can be configured on a per-visitor basis

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		<text>
			Copyright &copy; <link rel="ext" url="http://www.roganty.co.uk/">Anthony Rogers</link> 2014			
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