News and events feed
The News & events feed content type allows inclusion of a news feed and/or events feed on your Landing page, Content page or in your Sidebar. There is also the option for a News and events with Twitter content type.
Editors can choose whether they want to include one or two feeds, can select the feeds they want and the display will automatically adapt.
If you're not sure how to find your News or Event RSS URL please contact your Faculty Web Officer.
Give it a try
1. Add a News & events feed content type to your page.
2. A form with a number of fields will appear. Each of these fields relates to the components of your feed, fill in the form, see example below:
|Field title||What should I do?||Is it compulsory?|
|Name*||Name the block and give it a concise description e.g. News and events feed||Yes|
Heading for news
Give your news block a heading e.g. Physics Department News
|Number of news items||From the drop down menu select the number of news items you want to show in your feed. (If you do not want to show any event items select 0)||Yes|
|News RSS feed*||Please obtain your RSS feed from your Faculty Web Officer if you don't already have it||Yes|
|Heading for events||Give your events block a heading e.g. Physics Department Events||Yes|
|Number of events items||From the drop down menu select the number of events items you want to show in your feed. (If you do not want to show any event items select 0)||No|
|Events RSS feed||Please obtain your RSS feed from your Faculty Web Officer if you don't already have it||No|
3. Click Add & Approve
Here is a live example
12 November 2019Bacteria may contribute more to climate change as planet heats up
11 November 2019What does the 'average engineer' look like according to AI?
11 November 2019£2.5 million EU grant to help save NHS patients fighting for life
01 November 2019, 10.00 – 17.00Exhibition Exhibition: The Colour of Pain
18 November 2019, 18.00 – 20.00Seminar Become a Healthcare Innovator
19 November 2019, 17.00 – 18.00Lecture Geoffrey Rose Memorial Distinguished Guest Lecture
19 November 2019, 19.00 – 20.30Lecture Chirality and the future of electronics