If you are an active RSS Ground user you’ve probably already tried using Feeds to Code Converter. This tool will help you creating content blocks with dynamically updated information from a list of your RSS feeds.
The process of creating content blocks is easy: you specify a list of targeted RSS feeds, set look and feel and receive a code snippet which then can be placed in any spot of your webpages or blogs.
The most decent thing is that this content block will automatically display a targeted content from RSS feeds. You don’t have to update it manually it will always show only the latest news, articles, videos or everything else your content providers syndicate via RSS.
According to the latest trend in Internet security many websites have switched from HTTP to HTTPS – a secure transfer protocol which avoids risk in data transfer.
Now all code snippets created with Feeds to Code Converter are HTTPS compatible. You can successfully use them on your webpages either they are HTTP or HTTPS. You will never have any warnings from your browser if the content transferred via RSS Ground code snippets is not secured.
You don’t have to change anything manually if you create a new code snippet. Simply use it as is on your webpages. If you already use code snippets created before this update you can easily edit them to make sure they are HTTPS compatible.
See an example of a former code snippet:
All you need to do is to edit code snippet removing http: from the link:
When this new code snippet is used on your webpage user’s browser will automatically consider which protocol is needed, HTTP or HTTPS, depending on which protocol is used in your website. If your website uses HTTPS protocol all image links from code snippet content will also be converted to HTTPS.
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