You need to have a Pro package to remove FeedGrabbr branding.
To do so, go to the ‘Layout’ section in the widget customization page, find the ‘Header and Footer’ section, then select ‘Hide the footer with FeedGrabbr branding’.
It can take a maximum of 4 hours for your widget to refresh, but it’s very often quicker.
We’re working on making refresh speeds even faster! More on this soon.
You can make your widget responsive by setting its width to zero. It will then automatically resize to your website container’s width.
Yes, you can with our ‘Publisher’ plan.
With the free plan you’re restricted to 1 website, the Pro plan lets you use widgets on up to 15 sites, and the Publisher plan allows an unlimited amount.
Yes. You can place FeedGrabbr embed code into any WordPress file if you are confident enough to dabble with the source code. But you may prefer to display your feed using a WordPress widget within for example, the sidebar in your theme.
Don’t forget, if you need to tweak your FeedGrabbr widget’s appearance or add more RSS feeds, you don’t have to re-paste the code back into your site – the changes are automatically uploaded.
So to see your widget in the Wix page editor you’ll need to add that url to your FeedGrabbr widget’s setting, and then change it to your live url when you want your visitors to see it.
If you have a Pro account, you can enter both the Wix edit-time domain and normal live domain, so the widget displays ok in both of them.
We’ve tried to provide plenty of options for tailoring how your widget looks via the customisation page, but if you need to go a bit further, yes, you can style it with your own css.