Current version: 2022.0923
- Last Updated: 2022/09/23
- Thanks for the great FeedWordPress plugin and Add Attribution for FeedWordPress, which I based my plugin upon.
Previous versions: 2021.0311
Filters posts syndicated through FeedWordPress by keywords. You can do complicated keyword filters using AND, OR, and NOT logics. Plugin will look for user entered keywords in post_title, and post_content
WordPress automatic installation is fully supported and recommended.
If you want to manually install
- Unzip the plugin archive in the folder wp-content/plugins/.
- Activate the plugin in admin section.
You should see Ada Keyword Filters section in FeedWordPress’s Posts & Links section. It is not disabled out of the box and you should add keywords by clicking the Add a new keyword filter. You can add as many keyword filters as you want using one or all of the logics [OR, AND, or NOT]
You can add keywords for individual feeds as well. When you select Posts under individual feeds on the Syndication menu of FeedWordPress, you’ll have the same options to add keywords.
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Thanks for this plugin. This is the one thing that Feedwordpress has been lacking. I spent hours searching for something like this a few weeks ago and now here it is. I just installed it and am still testing it (I need my feeds to update for a while to see if the filters are indeed filtering). So far it looks great.
I plan to use it to filer specific feeds entries into specific categories, but the problem is that I will have to set same feed for every category which is not so convenient to have so many imports in cron… therefore I have a suggestion:
That the rule of the keyword has an option to Chanel the post to specific category based on the keyword…
I wanted this same feature too. I don’t know where to start on assigning categories. Plus don’t have time now. May be in the future.
Hi! I have a lot of error in err-log.
Line535 $this->handle = fopen(“ada_key_filters.log”, “a+”);
But, The debug mode is defaulted. it is unnecessary.
private $debug = true;
private $debug = false;
in function the_content
$debug = 1;
$debug = false;
Useful looking plugin and thanks for sharing, but I have installed and activated it and it appears not to be filtering anything. I have set site wide keywords, a list of about ten of them, comma separated, with the OR option The individual feeds have the setting that applies the sitewide keywords. So no items should get through unless the match at least one of the keywords in the list, right? But I am getting such items that don’t match the keywords. How to debug?
Yes you fixed it. I updated the plugin with that fix and more fix. Please update your version.
First of all, get the latest version. See if that works.
Please note that the filter looks at raw html data. So you may not see some in your webpage view, but the raw html data would have had the keyword in it. Eg. “strong” will match <strong></strong> tags.
If not, here is how to debug.
In the file there is a line
private $debug = false;
change that to
private $debug = true;
That will create a log file in
You can then look into the log file for any problems.
Can you please add a filter for
content and the possibility to block feed entries which have the same timestamp as a local post +/- x seconds/minutes?
The reason is that published posts will be posted automatically to Twitter and Facebook and I have feeds from those networks running in FeedWordPress so that I get duplicates of a local post.
Filtering for duplicates is a whole new story.
There is a duplicate filter plugin for FWD. Try installing that.
Thank you very much for this plugin, it is amazing.
I just want to ask if it is possible to choose wich feeds will appear in which page.
i.e : is there a possibility for me to select a specific feed source to be shown on a specific page.
for example : all the feeds that comes from the source X needs to be shown on the page Y
Thank you very much
That you should do it in your Theme template. you can just get all posts by a particular feed source and only display them in your template
Having trouble getting the plugin to filter on a keyword. I am pulling from the feed at http://rss.sendouts.com/rss_healthcarousel.xml and want it to only pull the jobs with HOT in the title tag/field. Can you assist with this. Of course we can arrange for some type of payment if it is required. — Andrew +1 -[REMOVED]
what about Keyphrase?
how i can use it
Yes, you can use Keyphrase. Just enter them separated by commas.