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  <title>Advanced Ajax RSS displayer</title>
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<p><b>Advanced Ajax RSS Displayer</b><br />Created by The SEO Shop (http://www.seo-shop.com)</p>

<p>
  Our feed displayer works both on local feeds (from your website) or remote feeds (from someone elses website), 
  has a built in delay between rotations, has ability to show just a linked titleof the feed items, or linked 
  title with full or limited description. It also allows you to easily style the feed to fit perfectly with 
  your websites theme.
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<p>Installation Instructions:</p>
<p>
  Upload the following files to your webserver:<br />
  <ul>
    <li>feedticker.js</li>
    <li>feedticker.css</li>
    <li>feedfetch.php</li>
    <li>rsstext.html</li>
  </ul>
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<p>Usage Instructions:</p>

<p>
  Place the following 2 lines in between the &lt;head&gt; and &lt;/head&gt; tags of your page:<br /><br />
  <ul>
    &lt;link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="feedticker.css" /&gt;<br />
    &lt;script src="feedticker.js" type="text/javascript"&gt;&lt;/script&gt;
  </ul>
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<p>
  For a local feed (from your website):
  <ul>
    Add the following code into the page where you want the feed to show up.<br /><br />
    &lt;script type="text/javascript"&gt; <br />
    new feedticker('../blog/feed/', "local", 2000, "showdescription", 70) <br />
    &lt;script&gt; <br />
  </ul>
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  For a remote feed (from another website):
  <ul>
    Add the following code into the page where you want the feed to show up.<br /><br />
    &lt;script type="text/javascript"&gt; <br />
    new feedticker('http://www.seo-shop.com/blog/feed/', "remote", 2000, "showdescription", 70) <br />
    &lt;script&gt; <br />
  </ul>
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<p>
  Description of command options in the above examples:<br /><br />
  <ol>
    <li>Feed URI: full URI or a relative local one.</li>
    <li>Type of Feed: "local" or "remote"</li>
    <li>Delay: delay between message change, in miliseconds (integer)</li>
    <li>Optional: add "showdescription" if you wish the description to show, leave blank otherwise.</li>
    <li>Optional: if showing description limit to [x] chars, otherwise leave blank</li>
  </ol>
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<p>
  A demo test of the displayer has been included. Simply open your browser to the rsstest.html file 
  on your web server where you uploaded the files.
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<p>Styling the output:</p>
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  <ul>
    Open up the feedticker.css file and modify as necessary to style the feedticker output to match your web page exactly.
  </ul>
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