September 29, 2016

Presets

CyberSEO 7 introduces a new feature which allows one to select predefined settings when adding a new content source, such as an XML/RSS/Atom or JSON feed. So now even beginners are able to add and configure the most popular content sources in just a couple of mouse clicks. Course these base settings can be additionally modified to fit the exact needs of advanced users, but they are enough to get started with CyberSEO. There are two categories of presets: the built-in and the user-defined ones.

presets

Built-in presets

These presets are included into the base plugin distributive and can be used right out of the box. The CyberSEO plugin automatically updates the built-in presets and and keeps them up to date. Thus the list of built-in presets will grow with time when the new presets will be released. Right now the following built-in presets are available:

Atom and RSS feeds

Select this preset to import standard RSS and Atom feeds.

The basic feed format: RSS and Atom

The feed example: http://www.nasa.gov/rss/dyn/lg_image_of_the_day.rss

Dailymotion JSON API feed

Select this preset to import JSON API feeds from Dailymotion.com. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: https://api.dailymotion.com/videos?language=en&fields=id,title,thumbnail_720_url,embed_html,duration&channel=<cannel_name>

The feed example: https://api.dailymotion.com/videos?language=en&fields=id,title,thumbnail_720_url,embed_html,duration&channel=tech

Ebay RSS feed

Select this preset to import RSS feeds from Ebay.com.

The basic feed format: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=<trksid>&_nkw=<nkw>&_rss=1

The feed example: http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0&_nkw=books&_rss=1

Full text article news feed

Select this preset to import full text articles from arbitrary content sources. Usually the news RSS feeds contain only shortened description (excerpts). This preset will try to extract the actual full article and post it to your site.

The basic feed format: RSS, Atom, HTML or JSON

The feed examples: https://news.google.com/news?cf=all&output=rss, http://rss.news.yahoo.com/rss/entertainment, https://www.bing.com/news?format=RSS etc.

Requirements: The full-text-rss script must be installed. Downloaded the freeware script from here or from here, unzip it and upload the files into the /wp-content/plugins/cyberseo/ folder. After that the full text extraction feature will be automatically enabled.

IGN video RSS feed (requires KVS Player)

Select this preset to import video RSS feeds from IGN.com. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: http://feeds.ign.com/ign/<channel>?format=xml

The feed example: http://feeds.ign.com/ign/tech-videos?format=xml

Requirements: KVS Player or KVS Player Pro must be installed and activated.

Image gallery RSS feed

Select this preset to import images from image gallery feeds and insert them into WordPress post. The image gallery is an HTML page which contains any number of small images (thumbnails) liked to the full-scaled ones. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: RSS, Atom or JSON

The feed example: http://bernews.com/category/photos/beautyfashion/feed/

Photobucket RSS feed

Select this preset to import image RSS feeds from Photobucket.com. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: http://feed.photobucket.com/images/<album name>/feed.rss

The feed example: http://feed.photobucket.com/images/guinea pig/feed.rss

SmartScripts video XML feed (requires KVS Player)

Select this preset to import videos from XML feeds in SmartScripts format. This format is a standard de facto for affiliate programs in adult industry. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

Requirements: KVS Player or KVS Player Pro must be installed and activated.

Tumblr RSS feed

Select this preset to import image RSS feeds from Tumblr.com. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: http://<channel name>.tumblr.com/rss

The feed example: http://cars.tumblr.com/rss

Vimeo RSS feeds

Select this preset to import video RSS feeds from Vimeo.com. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: https://vimeo.com/album/<album_id>/rss or https://vimeo.com/channels/<channel_name>/videos/rss or https://vimeo.com/<user_name>/videos/rss

The feed example: https://vimeo.com/channels/wefoundthese/videos/rss

Yahoo Answers RSS feed

Select this preset to import Yahoo Answers feeds. The preset will generate a separate webpage for every question. The answers will be added as WordPress post comments below to the generated post.

The basic feed format: https://answers.yahoo.com/rss/search?p=<keyword>

The feed example: https://answers.yahoo.com/rss/search?p=Trump

YouTube Atom feeds

Select this preset to import video Atom feeds from YouTube.com. This preset automatically generates the post thumbnail (featured image).

The basic feed format: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?channel_id=<channel_id>

The feed example: https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?channel_id=UC2pmfLm7iq6Ov1UwYrWYkZA

User-defined presets

You can create your own presets and add them into the library. Simply click the “Export as preset” button on the feed settings page and save it to you computer with a descriptive name and .preset file extension. E.g.: “My custom parser for video feeds.preset”. Now upload it into your /wp-content/plugins/cyberseo/presets folder and it will be automatically added into your preset library.

You can download some specific custom presets here.