Select one of the blocks in the News and Feeds category and then type of the feed display
Go to the Content panel of the block. You can see Example Feeds now. From there, click “Feeds” to open the editor and manage your blog posts
Click on the Get Started button and agree to all the conditions
Tilda will immediately offer us to create our first Feed. Please note that this name will be used as the title in the RSS feed. Therefore, write something clear :) For example, an Online School blog of such and such or a magazine about Internet marketing of such and such
In the future, you can get there by clicking on the Posts button on the page where you store Feeds, or by following this link…
or via the menu in the list of projects
You can create multiple Feeds at once. To manage what you need, click on it
In the Feeds editor, you can create new Feeds, set categories for your content, and add posts there
If necessary, correct the Name and brief description of the Feed
If required, specify the author of the posts. Set a link to the site, upload pictures
Type the company name and upload the logo
You can set a unique header and footer in this section
Set the page with posts, the time zone, the language of the page, check the items. In the same section at the bottom you will see a link to your RSS feed
So, there are three ways to run your feed.
1. To create posts directly in Feeds
You can create posts using only the Feeds interface. In this case, each post will have its own unique link and will be indexed, there is no need to do additional actions other than creating a post in a simplified editor.
The link that will be generated in this way cannot be changed (it is automatically generated and assigned to the post)
1. Title of the post 2. Post description
By default, this data is pulled up to a page with a list of posts and the same data is displayed in search results, sharing in social networks. If necessary, you can set unique data for social networks and search engines (scroll down).
3. Post image — the main image/video/gallery, which will be the cover of the material and displayed inside the post.
4. The text of the post itself.
5. Select sections (several are possible). 6. Visibility settings — Published or Draft
Immediately after you click Save and Close and set the visibility to Published, the material will appear in the feed (and there is no need to republish the feed page).
2. To use only Feeds tags
We use this option in our work in 90% of cases. Each page is created as a regular page in Tilda, but sections from Feeds are used.
The procedure for adding material is as follows:
1. We lay out the article as a regular page in Tilda, set the URL. 2. Add a new post in Feeds and set the Title and Description there, as well as the post image (it is such data that Tilda will send to the search system). 3. Select the sections. 4. And we set our link to the page with our article.
Save and Close — posts will automatically appear on the required pages.
As a result, we get a feed with tags (sections), but we can influence the URL of the material and its appearance.
3. A mix of two ways
For example, we publish our own blog grid Tutorials about websites for blogs via Feeds. Some of the materials can be made in Feeds, some can be separate meaningful articles, but in order for all articles to have common tags, we output both articles through the Feeds interface.