How to:Display Multiple RSS in Single Page using PHP

This tutorial explains how to display multiple RSS Feeds in single Page .

Step 1: Create Index.Php

In this php file , we are going to use two RSS for demo. I have used and Linuxtree feeds for demo .

  $feedlist = new rss('');
  echo $feedlist->display(5,"Devlup");

  $feedlist = new rss('');
  echo $feedlist->display(5,"Linuxtree");


Step 2: Create rssclass.php

< ?php

 class rss {

     var $feed;

  function rss($feed) 

    $this->feed = $feed;


  function parse() 

    $rss = simplexml_load_file($this->feed);

    $rss_split = array();

    foreach ($rss->channel->item as $item)
      $title = (string) $item->title; // Title
      $link   = (string) $item->link; // Url Link
      $description = (string) $item->description; //Description
      $rss_split[] = ''.$title.'
     return $rss_split;

 function display($numrows,$head)
    $rss_split = $this->parse();
    $i = 0;
    $rss_data = '  '.$head.' ';

    while ( $i < $numrows )
      $rss_data .= $rss_split[$i];
    $trim = str_replace('', '',$this->feed);
    $user = str_replace('&lang=enus&format=rss_200','',   $trim);

    $rss_data.='     ';
    return $rss_data;


After Creating two Files , Now we can run the script .

Output :


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2 Responses to “How to:Display Multiple RSS in Single Page using PHP”
  1. Tim

    Love the code, is there anyway though to adapt it to mix the feeds together and display them in order of date?

  2. Liz

    Is there a way to make the feeds load faster? I read something about making them load faster, but I cannot find that article now. I love this script. It was exactly what I was looking for, but I need the feeds to load faster. Any suggestions or script that would fix this problem?

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