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AJAX-Powered RSS Replay v 1.1 Released

Dreamweaver Extension Useful for Placing Content From RSS Feeds Into Webpage Layouts

RNSoft President & CEO Ronald Northrip has announced the immediate availability of RSS Replay version 1.1, a Dreamweaver extension for placing content from RSS feeds into webpage layouts.

All companies need to do is republish their RSS Feeds — and RSS Replay lets them do it right from Dreamweaver without retyping or copy/paste and without having to know any new RSS/XML codes.

RSS Replay uses AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and where needed, ASP or PHP (depending on your website's configuration), to collect RSS content from RSS feeds and applies formatting that you can control to present that content in the way that best suits your needs.

New in version 1.1:
- Proxy improvements for Replaying remote feeds
- Proxy library dependencies removed -- works on more servers now!
- Extended browser compatiblity and graceful incompatibility
- Improved content control and tagging replacements
- Full RSS Format Support:
- RSS 0.9-2.0 and Atom 0.3-1.0
- Text Feeds, Podcasts & Photocasts
- Presentation control -- make feed content fit sites

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