Thanks Jason for this very helpful tutorial.
Dennis Muoki
11

Sure you shouldn’t need to use an iframe. In the JScode where I filter the description you should just be able to remove that.

<script type="text/javascript">
$(function() {
var $content = $('#content');
var data = {
rss_url: 'https://techcrunch.com/feed/'
};
$.get('https://api.rss2json.com/v1/api.json', data, function(response) {
if (response.status == 'ok') {
var output = '<h1>' + response.feed.title + '</h1>';
$.each(response.items, function(k, item) {
output += '<h2><a href="' + item.link + '" >' + item.title + '</h2></a>';
output += '<p>' + item.description + '</p>';
});
$content.html(output);
}
});
});
</script>

This is the basic code you would need to change the rss url and might need to change some of the json to target different properties but without the filters you should be able to bring across your latest articles.

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