Actually I love to share copy and paste kinda stuff here. I don't want to make it too complicated to implement. However, this time you gotta do some works to bring your network's Latest Activity to life. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Step one: Go to Latest Activity of your site>Find feed icon at the left bottom>Right click and copy the link address.
Step Two: Go to this site and find "Add the feed or blog url" > Paste your Latest Activity Feed Url in the field> Adjust with=180 and height=400 >Change background color text color etc. which suits to you network theme > Find the javacriipt code under "Copy and Paste" and copy the code and paste it into notepad.
Step Three: Copy and paste the following code into notepad.
Step Five: Copy and Paste the complete code and paste it into Custom Code area via My network>Tools. The complete code looks like this.
rssfeed_url = new Array();
rssfeed_cache = "54afdbe55399e9b04d02030d9634ac72";
<!-- end sw-rss-feed code --> <div>
wow bernard, this is fantastic. Nice work.
And thanks again for sharing.
You are welcome. Glad you liked it.
You are welcome.
Hi Bernard Lama
Nice work, i have a question cos i have used one of the surfing-waves.com feed widgets.
It works and looks great, only i did not want their logo on my network so i took it off and after a week or so the feed widget stopped working. So my question is did you go pro? cos i would like to, but am still considering it.
What am grateful about is the div code, should have come up with it myself but i was not so sure so thanks man, gonna use it 2morrow to place a small advert on my network
I simply removed the code to make sure that their logo and link are not displayed. And it's working like a charm for the last many weeks. Let's see what happens lol. I guess there is no any option to go for pro. I guess this widget is for promotional purpose.
<!-- The link below helps keep this service FREE, and helps other people find the SW widget. Please be cool and keep it! Thanks. -->
<div style="text-align:right; width:180px;"><a href="http://www.surfing-waves.com" target="_blank" alt="surfing waves"><img src="http://img.surfing-waves.com/images/swlogo.png" border="0" alt="surfing"></a><a href="http://www.surfing-waves.com/feed.htm" target="_blank" style="color:#ccc;font-size:10px">feed widget</a></div>
It floats at the side of the screen, but can it work as a stationary part of the page? Like what's there now, but without the "new posts" button.
Yes it can, only then you don`t need the Div Code that Bernard provided but just put the code you got fromsurfing-waves.com direct to a text box.
Haha, of course, right? It didn't cross my mind that this was an add on to another post until I saw that original one.
Anyway, your last comment needs an answer for me as well. I'd rather not have the logo on there, but the widget is superb.
yes you r right stygo.
Great tip Bernard!
Is there any way that this feed shows photos?
Yeah it's possible...just go to Html (images / links): and check on under content advanced settings .