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New Markdown plugin available along with upgraded RTF and HTML Plugins as Authoring Workflow support.

 
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"Feed Reader" view of feed xml rendered as Html within Sense.

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Edit Environments with RSS GUI Editor (top) and Sense Editor (lower).

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Sense RSS Editor Plugin



Quickly Create, Edit and Publish Validated RSS News Feeds to the Web.


The RSS Plugin integrates into both Sense providing a straightforward Edit Environment.


Combined with Sense's integrated FTP Client, rapid progress from RSS feed creation, through editing and validation to site publication is possible.


Sense offers a low overhead solution for small scale enterprises to publicise their news.


Sense's Lower Edit Environment providing direct access to the raw RSS documentation offers a generic solution for RSS Feed Customization and Namespace Extension .


Features


  • GUI based RSS Editor, Control Panel and Feed Viewer / Web-Browser.
  • Direct publishing to website.
  • Online Feed Validation .
  • Site Management for general website maintenance.
  • Range of Validation Schemes to suite requirements.
  • RSS Versions 0.91 and 2.0 (with and without Atom namespace), Apple itunes-podCast, blogChannel feed templates provided.
  • Sample Feeds Provided.
  • Plain-text authoring.
  • Uncomplicated content management of the underlying Sense "feed repository" Document.
  • Custom feed templates easily produced.
  • Custom namespace extension supported.
  • Main news item description optionally styled as HTML.
  • Integral Feed Reader to view created feed as both HTML and XML.
  • Automated date stamping with RFC822 Date helper control.
  • Comprehensive help pages include namespace extension examples.


The RSS Editor Plugin is FREE!


Link to Downloads


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