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{blog-rss-feed} Macro

(warning) Under Consruction

Description

The blog-rss-feed macro isused to generate an rss feed link included in the header of the builder theme....

This macro takes exactly the same parameters as the {blog-rss} macro which can be used for prototyping the feeds without needing to cycle through adding the feed to a reader and viewing it.

Usage

{blog-rss-feed}

Parameters

The "Ver" column shows which version of Theme Builder the parameter became available in.

Property

Required

Default

Notes

Theme Panels Only

Ver

space

(error)

@current

The space (or list of spaces) whose posts should be listed (SPACEKEY/@all/@current/@favourite/@global/@personal) NB: the @all parameter must be used on it's own, other macro parameters may be used in a list.

 

3.3

teams

(error)

n/a

A list of team labels that can be used to filter the list of spaces

 

3.3

author

(error)

n/a

A list of authors that can be used to filter the list of blog posts

 

3.3

sort

(error)

creation

The order that the posts should be listed in (creation/modified/recent)

 

3.3

reverse

(error)

true

List the blogposts in reverse order (oldest first)

 

3.3

count

(error)

n/a

The number of posts that should be displayed.

 

3.3

start

(error)

0

Offset from the start for listing the posts.

 

3.3

dateFormat

(error)

general config

Format that dates should be displayed in.

 

3.3

feedTitle

(error)

RSS Feed

The title of the rss feed.

 

3.3

feedDesc

(error)

An RSS Feed

The descripion of the rss feed.

 

3.3

none

(error)

n/a

Text to display when no posts have been found

 

3.3

Examples

Basic Use

 

Add the {blog-rss} macro to a page/panel where you want to display the rss feed icon in compatible browsers

{blog-rss-feed}

 

CSS Customisation

Not Applicable

Hints and Tips

Use the blog-rss macro to simpify the process of prototyping a feed

Frequently Asked Questions

Multiple feeds can be included in a layout/page to offer a variety of information streams to users

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2 Comments

  1. Unknown User (jeff@lightspeedsystems.com)

    I can't seem to get this macro to work in my instance of confluence. I am running 3.3.3 with builder 4.1.3. It doesn't display anything when I place it on a page. In fact I noticed it is doing the same thing (nothing) here on this page. Is it broken?
    thanks,
    Jeff

    1. That's correct ... this macro doesnt actually display anything, however what it does do (in firefox at least) is show an RSS icon in the address bar which can be used to connect to the output of the blog-rss-feed ... take a look at the address bar for this page when viewing it in firefox for an example (wink)

      For a macro which does generate an output take a look at the blog-rss macro