RSS Feeds & Syndication
You can now get Spoof News headlines straight to your own web page with the following feeds!
You can do this in two different ways, shown below.
RSS is a way of sharing latest information and headlines for use on your own website or blog.
Our humor RSS feeds are freely available for all the latest top headlines. RSS is an excellent way for humor and comedy writers to share the wealth of comedy around the web.
Pick the headlines you want to see from the files below:
Did you know, you can subscribe to your favourite writer's RSS feed? That's right, every one of our writers has his/her own personal feed so you can get just the content you're after from the writers you idolise the most!
To subscribe to a writer's feed, check out his/her profile and click the subscribe link.
You can search for your favourite writers here, and remember, you can always get to a writer's profile by clicking his/her username, which appears at the top of each news story.
This is an extremely easy way of getting headlines onto your webpage
Simply copy and paste this code into your HTML page:
<a href="http://www.thespoof.com">Spoof news feed provided by TheSpoof.com</a>
And below shows how it will look - You'll always have fresh headlines without having to copy and paste ever again!
Spoof news feed provided by TheSpoof.com
If you want to use a specific feed, set the 'feedname' parameter to the feed's name, i.e. 'frontpage' is Front Page Headlines, 'us' is US Headlines, 'entertainment' is Entertainment & Gossip, etc.
Webmasters, if our look doesn't match your style, add '&ownCSS=1' to the script's url parameters and create your own css styles from our template. n.b. We offer absolutely no technical support for this feature.
Chris Christie Eats Five GuysAs the "Chickengate" scandal from the 2016 election grows, the New Jersey governor claims he's never even heard of KFC.
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