The Blogregate plugin aggregates posts and comments from multiple blog feeds and organizes them into categories for the purpose of creating a blog portal or "planet" for specific communities.
FeaturesCreate categories by which you can group feeds, organizing posts in your own way. Add filter tags to your categories and use them to organize posts on an individual basis by the categories assigned by the authors. Ability to disable categories from display and change the order in which the boxes appear. Control the number of posts displayed for each category. While the sidebar features work as widgets, the main display is intended to be output onto the content of a page. The options that I am aware of are to manually put the code into your template file, or to use a plugin like Exec-PHP (http://www.soeren-weber.net/post/2005/08/18/50/) and put the PHP code into a page in WP Admin. The sidebar features can also be manually placed in template files.
You may also want to apply the following fix found at: http://robsnotebook.com/wordpress-mysql-gone-away as the process of consuming a large number of RSS feeds can sometimes result in MySQL issues.
InstallationExtract the files. Copy the blogregate directory into /wp-content/plugins/ Use the updated version of rss.php found in the blogregate directory to replace the one in /wp-includes/ Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu of WordPress Set up categories and feeds in the Manage menu under Blogregate Styles specific to this plugin are controllable with the blogregate.css file contained with the plugin. For support and further information about the Exec-PHP plugin and support see the plugins homepage at http://bluesome.net/post/2005/08/18/50/(http://bluesome.net/post/2005/08/18/50/ "Link to Exec-PHPs homepage").
Support is provided by convenience, but inquiries can be directed to tech at ocwconsortium dot org.
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