Externe Feeds Einbinden

kurze Beschreibung zu RSS / Atom und deren Möglichkeiten

wie findet man Feeds?

Sinnvolle Anwendungsbereiche / Beispiele im Kontext von WackoWiki

1. Die Aktion feed

-> Aktion: RSS/Atom Feed Integration

Aufruf: {{feed url="http://..." [title=no] [max="x"] [style="css-style"] [time=1]}}

Diese einfache Aktion basiert auf SimplePie, einer einfach zu benutzenden API.


  • url="http://..." weist die URL des Feeds zu.
  • title=no schaltet den Titel aus (default ist yes).
  • max=X begrenzt die Ausgabe auf X Nachrichten.
  • time=1 schaltet den Zeithinweis an (default ist 0).

2. Anleitung


  • CSS 
  • Box, Tabelle

3. Beispielfeeds

Bastle dir dein Wiki-MobLog (Bilder von flickr.com -> eigenen Account eröffnen)
{{feed url="http://www.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?tags=art&format=rss_200" max=1 time=1}}


Pool von Japan Through the Eyes of Others

Shinkyo Bridge / Japan

Việt Nam và Nhật Bản / 日本とベトナ hat dem Pool ein Foto hinzugefügt:

Shinkyo Bridge / Japan

Shinkyo is a sacred bridge located in Nikko, Japan. Nikko is a popular tourist destination known for its beautiful temples and shrines, and the Shinkyo bridge is one of its iconic landmarks.

The bridge spans the Daiya River and is part of the Futarasan Shrine complex, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Shinkyo is considered a sacred bridge in Japanese mythology and is said to be a crossing point between the human and spiritual realms.

The bridge has a vibrant red color and features intricate architectural details. It is a suspension bridge supported by tall stone pillars, and its design is influenced by both Japanese and Chinese architectural styles. The current bridge dates back to the 17th century, although it has been reconstructed and renovated several times over the centuries.

Shinkyo is not open for regular pedestrian traffic and is usually closed to the public. However, visitors can view the bridge from a distance and take photos. It is a popular spot for tourists to capture the beauty of Nikko's natural surroundings and traditional architecture.

Overall, Shinkyo is a significant cultural and historical landmark in Nikko, Japan, known for its spiritual significance and picturesque beauty.

3.1. Siehe auch