Feed Informer lets you specify a format / template that your digest will use to adjust its appearance. Templates use standard HTML, along with "tags" to insert things like feed item titles, descriptions, URLs, and so on. This page explains the format used so you can make and customize your own templates.
Header Template (optional) - The header template is a once-off template which is placed at the top of your digest. This will usually be a combination of HTML and plain text (e.g.: "<p><b>My Digest</b></p>")
Footer Template (optional) - The footer template is a once-off template which is placed at the end of your digest. This will usually be a combination of HTML and plain text (e.g.: "<p>Courtesy of feed.informer.com.</p>")
Item Template - The "item template" is used for each and every item in your digest. It is the most important template, and the one which will have the biggest effect over how your digest looks and feels. This the type of template the rest of the page will cover and explain.
1. Link and description only.
<a href="%URL%"target="_blank">%TITLE%</a><br />%DESCRIPTIONPLAIN%<br /><br />
This template would make a list of items which have a link to the item and the full description/summary of the item on the next line. Each item has two blank lines between it and the next one (courtesy of the <br /> tags).
2. Numeric date and link only.
%MONTH2%/%DAY2% - <a href="%URL%"target="_blank">%TITLE%</a><br />
This template makes a list of items, one to a line, which each have a date in MM/DD format, followed by a link to the item using the item's title.
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