%TITLE% – The title of the item
%URL% – The URL of the item
%DESCRIPTION% – The raw description / summary of the item
%DESCRIPTIONPLAIN% – The description / summary of the item with HTML removed.
%DESCRIPTIONPLAINWITHBR% – The same as %DESCRIPTIONPLAIN% but with line feeds respected.
%DESCRIPTIONUNESCAPED% – For tricky descriptions that come out double-encoded with the other choices.
Note that a comma followed by a number in any tag trims it to that length, so %DESCRIPTIONPLAIN,100% means a plain description of up to 100 characters in length. %DESCRIPTIONPLAIN,100NODOTS% removes the trailing dots used.
%DESCRIPTIONPLAIN,100WORD% – The description with HTML code removed and cut to 100 symbols or less preserving whole words.
%CONTENTENCODED% – Full content of the item. Please note that it works only if optional tag <content:encoded> (<content> for Atom) is present in source feeds.
%CONTENTENCODEDPLAIN% – Full content of the item with HTML removed.
%CONTENTENCODEDPLAIN,100% – Full content of the item with HTML removed of up to 100 characters in length.
%CONTENTENCODEDPLAIN,100NODOTS% – The same as above but without trailing dots.
%CONTENTENCODEDPLAIN,100WORD% – Full content with HTML code removed and cut to 100 symbols or less preserving whole words.
%CATEGORIES% – List of categories or tags to which the item belongs, comma separated.
%YEAR% – The year (e.g. 2005)
%YEAR2% – The year in two digit form (e.g. 05)
%MONTH% – The month in numeric form (e.g. 9)
%MONTH2% – The month in two digit form (e.g. 09)
%MONTHLONG% – The item’s month’s full name (e.g. January)
%MONTHSHORT% – The item’s month’s short name (e.g. Jan)
%DAY% – The day of the month in numeric form (e.g. 4)
%DAY2% – The day of the month in two digit numeric form (e.g. 04)
%DAYLONG% – The item’s weekday’s full name (e.g. Monday)
%DAYSHORT% – The item’s weekday’s short name (e.g. Mon)
%TIME12% – The item’s time in 12 hour format (e.g. 2:08 PM)
%TIME24% – The item’s time in 24 hour format (e.g. 14:08)
%HOUR% – The item’s hour (e.g. 2)
%HOUR2% – The item’s hour in two digit form (e.g. 02)
%MINUTE% – The item’s minute (e.g. 8)
%MINUTE2% – The item’s minute in two digit form (e.g. 08)
%SECOND% – The item’s second (e.g. 7)
%SECOND2% – The item’s second in two digit form (e.g. 07)
%TIMEAGO,FULL% – The item’s date in relative terms in full precision.. (e.g. “5 years, 2 days, 12 hours, 7 minutes, and 3 seconds ago”)
%TIMEAGO% – The item’s date in relative terms in middling precision (e.g. “5 years, 2 days ago”)
%TIMEAGO,SHORT% – The item’s date in relative terms of least precision (e.g.”5 years ago” or “2 days ago” or “2 minutes ago”)
%SOURCENAME% – The item’s feed’s name / title (e.g. “My Blog”)
%SOURCEURL% – The item’s feed’s regular URL (e.g. http://www.someblog.com/)
%SOURCEFEEDURL% – The URL of the item’s source feed itself.
%SOURCEDESCRIPTION% – The item’s feed’s description (e.g. “A blog about nothing.”)
%SOURCEID% – A unique ID number of the source. Ideal for putting into CSS class names for per-feed styling, etc.
RSS/Atom enclosures are a way of attaching multimedia content to feeds by providing the URL of a file associated with an entry, such as an MP3 file to a music recommendation or a photo to a diary entry.
%ENCLOSUREURL% – URL says where the enclosure is located.
%ENCLOSURELENGTH% – Length says how big it is in bytes.
%ENCLOSURETYPE% – Type says what its type is, a standard MIME type.
Feed Informer also supports Media RSS (MRSS), an RSS extension that allows for a much more detailed description of the content to be delivered to the subscriber than is covered by the RSS standard. To learn more about it please click here: Media RSS Template Tags.
%TAG,10% – When you use a tag and follow it with a comma and a number, the tag’s output is truncated to that number of characters. For example, %DESCRIPTIONPLAIN,100% will show the first 100 characters of the description / summary of an item. This can be useful if you want to ensure certain elements in the digest don’t go over a certain length, such as titles and descriptions, both of which can be long.
<lowercase> .. </lowercase> – Anything between these two tags is changed to be all in lower case.
<uppercase> .. </uppercase> – Anything between these two tags is converted to upper case.
<capitalize> .. </capitalize> – Anything between these two tags is capitalized / titleized.. It Means It Would Look Like This Text Here.
<ifdescription> .. </ifdescription> – Anything between these two tags is ONLY included IF the current item has a description. Use this to clean up digests which have combinations of items with no descriptions and longer descriptions.
<gsub from=”text1″ to=”text2″> .. </gsub> – Performs a substitution from ‘text1′ to ‘text2′ within the block.