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Headlines Plugin

Description

This plugin displays RSS and ATOM feeds from news sites. Use it to build news portals that show headline news.

Note: Syndic8.com ( http://www.syndic8.com/ ) is a good site listing many RSS feeds.

Syntax Rules

%HEADLINES{"..."}%

ParameterExplanationDefault
"..." source of RSS feed; this can be an url (starting with http) or a web.topic location for internal feeds None; is required
href="..." (Alternative to above) N/A
refresh="60" Refresh rate in minutes for caching feed; "0" for no caching Global REFRESH setting
limit="12" Maximum number of items shown Global LIMIT setting
header Header. Can include these variables: - $channeltitle, $title: title of channel (channel.title)
- $channellink, $link: link of channel (channel.link)
- $channeldescription, $description: description (channel.description)
- $channeldate, $date: publication date of the channel (channel.pubDate)
- $rights: copyrights of the channel (channel.copyright)
- $imagetitle: title text for site (image.title)
- $imagelink: link for site (image.link)
- $imageurl: URL of image (image.url)
- $imagedescription: description of image (image.description)
Global HEADER setting
format Format of one item. Can include these variables:
- $title: news item title (item.title)
- $link: news item link (item.link)
- $description: news item description (item.description)
- $date: the publication date (item.pubDate, item.date)
- $category: the article category (item.category)
Global FORMAT setting
ParameterExplanationDefault
"..." source of RSS feed; this can be an url (starting with http) or a web.topic location for internal feeds None; is required
href="..." (Alternative to above) N/A
refresh="60" Refresh rate in minutes for caching feed; "0" for no caching Global REFRESH setting
limit="12" Maximum number of items shown Global LIMIT setting
header Header. Can include these variables: - $channeltitle, $title: title of channel (channel.title)
- $channellink, $link: link of channel (channel.link)
- $channeldescription, $description: description (channel.description)
- $channeldate, $date: publication date of the channel (channel.pubDate)
- $rights: copyrights of the channel (channel.copyright)
- $imagetitle: title text for site (image.title)
- $imagelink: link for site (image.link)
- $imageurl: URL of image (image.url)
- $imagedescription: description of image (image.description)
Global HEADER setting
format Format of one item. Can include these variables:
- $title: news item title (item.title)
- $link: news item link (item.link)
- $description: news item description (item.description)
- $date: the publication date (item.pubDate, item.date)
- $category: the article category (item.category)
Global FORMAT setting

The header and format parameters might also use variables rendering the dc, image and content namespace information. Note, that only bits of interest have been implemented so far and those namespaces might not be implemented fully yet.

Rendering the dc namespace

The following variables are extracting the dc namespace info, that could be used in header and format. Nnote, that some of the variables are already used above. This is done by purpose to use different feeds with the same formating parameters. If there's a conflict the non-dc tags have higher precedence, i.e. a <title> content </title> is prefered over <dc:title> content </dc:title> .

  • $title: channel/article title (dc:title)
  • $creator: channel creator (dc:creator)
  • $subject: subject text; this will also add an image according to the subject hash list, see above (dc:subject)
  • $description: ... (dc:description)
  • $publisher: the channel/article publisher (dc:publisher)
  • $contributor: ... (dc:contributor)
  • $date: ... (dc:date)
  • $type: ... (dc:type)
  • $format: ... (dc:format)
  • $identifier: ... (dc:identifier)
  • $source: ... (dc:source)
  • $language: ... (dc:language)
  • $relation: ... (dc:relation)
  • $coverage: ... (dc: coverage)
  • $rights: ... (dc: rights)

Rendering the image namespace

An image:item is converted into an <img> tag using the following mappings:

  • src: image url (rdf:about attribute of the image.item tag)
  • alt: image title (title)
  • width: image width (image:width)
  • height: image height image:height)

Rendering the content namespace

The variable $content is refering to the <content:encoding> content </content:encoding>.

Examples

Slashdot News

Write

%HEADLINES{"http://slashdot.org/slashdot.rdf" header="---+!! [[$link][$title]]$n $description" format="$t* [[$link][$title]]"}%

to get the latest Slashdot news as a bullet list format:

Business Opportunities Weblog

Write

%HEADLINES{"http://www.business-opportunities.biz/feed" limit="3"}%

to get the latest postings on the "Business Opportunities" weblog:

Thu, 02 Jul 2015 16:27:13 +0000
The original blog about business opportunities and business ideas for small business entrepreneurs
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 16:23:49 +0000 Erin Eagan

Nick-Anthony Zamucen is leading the charge in the crime and trauma scene cleaning industry. His franchised company, Bio-One Inc., dominates in 36 different states and is growing at a rapid rate. It is the first and only successful crime and trauma scene cleanup franchise.

Nick-Anthony, founder and CEO of Bio-One Inc., has taken his industry knowledge to Hollywood and beyond, teaching and demonstrating proper techniques and creating realistic murder scene setups for several television and movie production shots. He is also a published author, business strategist and an award-winning serial entrepreneur that has had tremendous success in various business ventures.

We recently sat down with Nick-Anthony to discuss his core belief that ''Success breeds success'' and how he has drawn upon his own experiences to create a highly successful franchise with proven results - a perfect 100 percent track record of business owners. All aspiring entrepreneurs should pay close attention to what he has to say - good things come to those who do.


What's special about the franchise?

Bio-One Inc. is the world's first successfully franchised crime and trauma scene cleaning company. Others have tried and failed miserably. A good cleaner doesn't equal a good businessman. Bio-One Inc. coaches entrepreneurs to become successful business owners. We have never had a franchise fail or close once opened. We have a 100 percent track record, that speaks for itself. We focus on helping first and doing the business second. It's got to be more than just money, you need to have purpose.

What is the idea behind the Bio-One Inc. franchise?

Crime and trauma cleaning is such a fragmented industry that before we started the environment had very little to no standards. We wanted to change that, provide a better quality of business owner, a stronger entrepreneur and help people reach their dreams. We don't want just someone with a strong stomach who wants to make a buck at the expense of others.

RELATED: 20 UNIQUE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES

How does it compare to its competition?

Bio-One Inc. franchises aren't taught to fear or focus too much attention on our competition. We can't control what they do nor how they do it, so it's a waste of valuable time. Most if not all of our competition is mom-and-pop shops that are gone within a year. Rather, Bio-One Inc. franchises are coached to drive their business, put people first and always help where you can. I have a motto, ''The more I help, the more I'm helped.'' I live by that on a daily basis and try to instill that belief and make it a conviction with our franchise owners.

Who benefits from Bio-One Inc.?

More people then you know. Turn on the news for a few minutes, you'll get the idea. We run a very clandestine operation. Our Bio-One Inc. franchises are in and out with the utmost respect and full digression, usually before the general public even knows there was a situation. That's how we coach our franchises and hope that we can assist in that manner.

Where do you see the franchise in five years?

I see Bio-One Inc. continuing to grow, advance our market share and dominate every state. We most likely will begin in the next two years expanding internationally. We've had many requests to do so, we just want to make sure before we do every franchise receives the support our domestic ones do. Support and training is something we take very seriously, and I believe because of those two items, we haven't had anyone fail in our system.

Can you describe a typical day in the life of a franchisee?

When a Bio-One Inc. franchise starts their day, they always have a marketing mindset. The only reason they wouldn't is if they're on a job helping someone in their greatest time of need. If they're not on a job, they're meeting with local municipalities, fire stations, care facilities etc. They are always coached to be on the ground every day working their business.

What's your background?

I've been an entrepreneur most of my life. I've owned restaurants, fitness centers, care homes, investment property etc. I know the mindset of an entrepreneur and what they think on a daily basis. It helps me relate to someone who has been just ''downsized'' from their current position, or deciding to take that leap of faith in themselves, to see what they're worth. I like to coach and council new entrepreneurs. I've walked in their shoes. I can show them the way, if they want to be shown.

What motivates you to keep going?

I live to help people. I try to do so in every facet of my life, whether it's my church, my community or our franchisees. The more I help, the more I'm helped. It's a great way to live.

If you were to start again, what would you do differently?

I would not have always looked for what I thought was the perfect Bio-One Inc. franchise. I've taken, what I felt at the times, was a gamble on some people. They really have shown me that with the right attitude, the proper coaching and counseling, and the belief in yourself, great things can happen. I thank them for that and applaud their success.

Please tell us your secret to success&hellip

Success breeds success. I believe success large or small leaves clues. When you see a clue, follow it, see where it takes you. Believe in yourself and those around you and success will come to the surface&hellip with ample amounts of hard work of course. Success isn't easy, but it's worth it.

What is the worst job you have ever had and what did you learn from it?

I washed cars at a car lot when I was 14. I learned that it rains most days you wash a car. It's incredible.

What is one thing that really excites you?

Seeing the anxiety and enthusiasm of a new entrepreneur. You can almost smell it on them. It's intoxicating. It gives me a rush to know we're on the verge of changing their life. It's a great feeling.

Any final words for aspiring entrepreneurs?

If you're going to make that leap and find out how much you're worth do it 100 percent. No tiptoeing, jump in and go for it. You have to have the mindset that, someone is out there, out working you and trying to take your money. Don't let them. Fight harder, be smarter and create the life you've always dreamt about. Fear isn't real, danger is, but fear is something you make up in your head because the demons of self-doubt get to you. Control them and be the person you were meant to be. We only have one shot at this, so let's make your life worth living. I believe in you.

Where can people find out more about Bio-One, Inc.?

Visit the website here.

Where can people find Bio-One, Inc. on social media?

RELATED: TOP NEW FRANCHISES TO INVEST IN

Thu, 02 Jul 2015 13:58:29 +0000 Erin Eagan

Depending upon your work history, you may or may not have a great deal of experience evaluating resumes. Regardless, it's important to note that the people you hire to work in your franchise are representing you. Also, having the right people on board when you first open is incredibly critical to your long-term success.

RELATED: HIRING ADVICE FOR NEW FRANCHISEES

Hiring for your franchise, as with any other business, begins with combing through resumes. Therefore, we thought we'd provide a refresher course on the things you should look out for when evaluating them. These signs will help you weed down the number of applicants and will hopefully put you in touch with the most qualified job seekers.

1. Bad Speeling and Not Good Grammar

Even though you don't need Marcel Proust to man the cash register at your franchise, poor spelling and grammar on a resume are signs that the applicant doesn't care. The English language may not be that applicant's forte, but he or she must certainly be aware of the importance of proofreading (or having someone else proofread) such an important document.

2. Irrelevant Work History

This is another warning sign that speaks to an applicant's level of care. While job seekers typically send out resumes by the tens these days, those resumes should be tailored to the position being applied for. If it's not, then it just shows that the applicant is throwing spaghetti at the wall to see if it will stick. Is that the kind of person you want on your team?

3. Being Overqualified

To a certain extent, this one may not matter for your purposes. In most cases, though, it should. While an applicant may have perfectly valid reasons for applying to a position for which he or she is overqualified, you probably don't want to gamble on that. Ultimately, that person may just be using your position as a placeholder until something else comes along, and that means you're going to have to make the investment in hiring for the position again sooner rather than later.

4. Gaps in Employment

Again, this may be another circumstance where there is a perfectly reasonable and understandable explanation, but do you want to waste your time getting that explanation? More often than not, lengthy gaps in employment are a sign that someone is either unmotivated or doesn't know what he or she wants out of life. When you're building your franchise's team, especially at the beginning, these people can be poison.

5. Job Hopping

Alongside gaps in employment, there's job-hopping. In this instance, the applicant may very well be perfectly motivated - he or she has maintained steady employment, after all - but you can be almost certain that the applicant has no idea what he or she wants. These kinds of applicants could be perfect for seasonal work, but never consider them as people that could be a part of your core team.

RELATED: WHAT MAKES A FRANCHISE SUCCESSFUL?

Use Your Best Judgment

If you're new to resumes and hiring, then make it a point to be as engaged in the process as possible. It's the only way you'll ever get a feel for it, and over time, you'll be able to read the tea leaves of any given applicant's resume. This will ultimately allow you to develop sound hiring judgment, which will serve you well over the course of your franchising career.

Wed, 01 Jul 2015 19:46:35 +0000 Erin Eagan

In 2004, Executive Care opened the doors to its home care business, providing a full range of in-home care services to individuals and families. Since its founding, Executive Care's mission is to provide compassionate quality in-home care services to its clients so that they can remain safe and independent in the comfort of their own home.

Lenny Verkhoglaz, President and CEO of Executive Care, sat down with us to discuss what makes the franchise unique, where he sees it headed and what a typical day for a franchisee is like.


What's special about the franchise?

It's a combination of things that makes Executive Care unique. The collective wisdom of our team - from our headquarters to our franchisees to each of our caregivers - is incredible. Everyone has something to contribute. The way we provide services and support to our clients is also special. We take an individualized approach to each client so that we can make sure everyone is receiving the best quality of care. It's also in how we provide training and support for our franchisees that allows them to run their businesses successfully and to provide an excellent level of care for their clients.

RELATED: 20 CHEAP FRANCHISES TO START UNDER $20,000

What is the idea behind the franchise?

Executive Care was created to offer peace of mind to clients in need of home healthcare services. It was also created to give our franchisees the opportunity to become independent business people. Some franchisees are looking for financial success, while others want a way to contribute to society.

How does Executive Care compare to its competition?

There is very good competition in our field, but we aren't afraid of it. We learn from good competition - that's how we improve. We respect and work harmoniously with our competitors, both on the ground level and on a franchising level. In this business, we're all working towards the same end result: providing quality care services for our clients.

What do you look for in a potential franchisee?

We believe that successful franchisees must possess two main qualities: They must be compassionate and caring, and they must demonstrate a certain level of business acumen. The ideal franchisee can balance these and understand how to make them work hand-in-hand. A franchisee should understand the essentials of management, team building and finances that it takes to run a successful business, but they also need to understand the very human side of what we do in working with our clients.

Where do you see Executive Care in five years?

I see Executive Care much stronger in five years, growing and increasing units across the country. It's hard to predict, but I want us to be the premier home care provider in the U.S.

Can you describe a typical day in the life of a franchisee?

We deal with lives, so every day is different. Executive Care franchisees always need to have a pulse on their caregivers and their clients. There are so many moving parts of the business - it's all in the details. For example, if a caregiver is allergic to cats, the franchisee needs to make sure they're making the proper assignments for that caregiver and not assigning them to a client who owns a cat. It seems like something so simple, but these little details allow us to provide the highest quality of care to our clients.

What's your background?

I have a BA in IT and an MBA in Finance. I worked in Corporate America for 20 years in field management and consulting roles in the IT departments for healthcare corporations. Because of my background in IT and the leadership roles I've held, I understand the nuisances of management that go into running a business. My past experiences also provided me insight into how large companies run their businesses. We now operate Executive Care on that same level of the corporate model.

What motivates you to keep going?

I don't look at Executive Care as a business. No day at my job is the same. When you enjoy what you do, time goes by quickly. What we do for our clients is what motivates me. We know these families come to us looking for help, answers and assistance. That's what we're here to provide them.

If you were to start again, what would you do differently?

Nothing. I think we have done an outstanding job. We are one of the largest home health providers in northern New Jersey and growing. Our philosophy is simple: If our caregivers are happy, our clients are happy. If our clients are happy, our business is successful.

Please tell us your secret to success&hellip

I think there are multiple parts to this. First, work hard - don't shy away from hard work. There is always work to be done. Second, focus on your employees. Third, be smart and provide solutions to your clients.

What is the worst job you have ever had and what did you learn from it?

I worked for an insurance company at one point in my career that just wasn't the right fit for me. But I believe that every job you have adds to your experience, and you learn from each situation.

What is one thing that really excites you?

Helping our clients in need. Our business is so personal; we make a difference every day.

Any final words for aspiring entrepreneurs?

Set a goal, but make it realistic. Build a good team and surround yourself with good people. No one has all the skills necessary to run a business - it's all about who you surround yourself with.

Where can people find out more about Executive Care?

Visit the website here.

Where can people find Executive Care on social media?

RELATED: TOP NEW FRANCHISES TO INVEST IN

Plugin Settings

Plugin settings are stored as preferences variables. To reference a plugin setting write %<plugin>_<setting>%, for example, %HEADLINESPLUGIN_SHORTDESCRIPTION%. Note: Don't modify the settings here; copy and customize the settings in SitePreferences. For example, to customize the USERAGENTNAME setting, create a HEADLINESPLUGIN_USERAGENTNAME setting in Main.SitePreferences.

  • One line description, shown in the TextFormattingRules topic:
    • Set SHORTDESCRIPTION = Show headline news in Foswiki pages based on RSS and ATOM news feeds from external sites
  • Refresh rate in minutes for cached feeds. Disable caching: 0, default: 60
    • Set REFRESH = 60
  • Maximum number of items shown. Default: 100
    • Set LIMIT = 100
  • Use LWP::UserAgent, or fallback to Foswiki's internal getUrl() method. Default: yes
    • Set USELWPUSERAGENT = yes
  • Timeout fetching a feed using the LWP::UserAgent. Default: 20
    • Set USERAGENTTIMEOUT = 20
  • Name of user agent. Default: FoswikiHeadlinesPlugin/2.21.1
      * Set USERAGENTNAME = FoswikiHeadlinesPlugin/2.21.1
  • Default header: (variables are explained in the syntax rules)
      * Set HEADER = <div class="headlinesChannel"><div class="headlinesLogo"><img src="$imageurl" alt="$imagetitle" border="0" />%BR%</div><div class="headlinesTitle">$n---+!! <a href="$link">$title</a></div><div class="headlinesDate">$date</div><div class="headlinesDescription">$description</div><div class="headlinesRight">$rights</div></div>
  • Default format of one item: (variables are explained in the syntax rules)
      * Set FORMAT = <div class="headlinesArticle"><div class="headlinesTitle"><a href="$link">$title</a></div>$n<span class="headlinesDate">$date</span> <span class="headlinesCreator"> $creator</span> <span class="headlinesSubject"> $subject </span>$n<div class="headlinesText"> $description</div></div>
  • Values taken from configure: (only supported if CPAN:LWP is installed)
    • $Foswiki::cfg{PROXY}{HOST} - proxy host, such as "proxy.example.com";
    • $Foswiki::cfg{PROXY}{PORT} - proxy port, such as "8080";
    • $Foswiki::cfg{PROXY}{SkipProxyForDomains} - domains excluded from proxy, such as "intra.example.com, bugs.example.com";

Style sheets

The default HEADER and FORMAT settings use the following styles. See the style.css file defining the default CSS properties (indentation illustrates enclosure).

  • headlinesRss: output of the HeadlinesPlugin (div)
    • headlinesChannel: channel header (div)
      • headlinesLogo: channel logo (div)
      • headlinesTitle: channel title (div)
      • headlinesDate: channel date (div)
      • headlinesDescription: channel description (div)
      • headlinesRight: channel copyright (div)
    • headlinesArticle: one news item (div)
      • headlinesTitle: article title (div)
      • headlinesDate: article date (span)
      • headlinesCreator: author of article (span)
      • headlinesSubject: subect category of the article (span)
      • headlinesText: article text (div)

Plugin Installation Instructions

  • Download the ZIP file
  • Unzip it in your foswiki installation directory. Content:
    File: Description:
    data/System/HeadlinesPlugin.txt plugin topic
    pub/System/HeadlinesPlugin/style.css default css
    lib/Foswiki/HeadlinesPlugin.pm plugin perl module
    lib/Foswiki/HeadlinesPlugin/Core.pm plugin core
    Check if above examples show a news feed instead of variable.
  • Optionally, run HeadlinesPlugin_installer.pl to automatically check and install other Foswiki modules that this module depends on. You can also do this step manually.
  • Alternatively, manually make sure the dependencies listed in the table below are resolved.
    NameVersionDescription
    Digest::MD5>=2.33Required. Download from CPAN:Digest::MD5
    LWP::UserAgent>=5.803Optional. Download from CPAN:LWP::UserAgent

Plugin Info

Plugin Author: TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny, Foswiki:Main.MichaelDaum (2005-2007)
Copyright: © 2002-2009, Peter Thoeny, TWIKI.NET; 2005-2007, Michael Daum http://wikiring.de
License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
Plugin Version: 2.21.1 (08 Mar 2009)
Change History:  
08 Mar 2009: Ported without changes to Foswiki namespace by Kenneth Lavrsen and put under "Feel Free To Modify" in Foswiki context.
12 Feb 2009: {PROXY}{HOST} supports domain with and without protocol -- Peter Thoeny
06 Feb 2009: added {PROXY}{SkipProxyForDomains} configure setting, added USERAGENTNAME plugin setting -- Peter Thoeny
11 Dec 2008: added {PROXY}{HOST} and {PROXY}{PORT} configure settings -- Peter Thoeny
13 Sep 2007: fixed parsing of content:encoded
23 Jul 2006: improved atom parser; if a posting has no title default to 'Untitled'
26 Apr 2006: added lazy compilation
10 Feb 2006: packaged using the TWiki:Plugins/BuildContrib; minor fixes
03 Feb 2006: off-by-one: limit="n" returned n+1 articles; make FORMAT and HEADER format strings more robust
23 Jan 2006: released v2.00
05 Dec 2005: internal feed urls must be absolute
02 Dec 2005: added web.topic shorthand for internal feeds
29 Nov 2005: fixed CDATA handling
21 Nov 2005: added ATOM support; extended RSS support; added dublin core support; added content support; optionally using LWP to fetch feeds to follow redirections; corrected CPAN dependencies ; recoding special chars from html integer to entity encoding to increase browser compatibility; added css support; use getWorkArea() if available
11 May 2005: TWiki:Main.WillNorris: added DevelopBranch compatability
31 Oct 2004: Fixed taint issue by TWiki:Main.AdrianWeiler; small performance improvement
29 Oct 2004: Fixed issue of external caching if mod_perl or SpeedyCGI is used
02 Aug 2002: Implemented caching of feeds, thanks to TWiki:Main/RobDuarte
11 Jun 2002: Initial version (V1.000)
Perl Version: 5.008
Plugin Home: http://foswiki.org/Extensions/HeadlinesPlugin
Feedback: http://foswiki.org/Extensions/HeadlinesPluginDev
Plugin Author: TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny, Foswiki:Main.MichaelDaum (2005-2007)
Copyright: © 2002-2009, Peter Thoeny, TWIKI.NET; 2005-2007, Michael Daum http://wikiring.de
License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
Plugin Version: 2.21.1 (08 Mar 2009)
Change History:  
08 Mar 2009: Ported without changes to Foswiki namespace by Kenneth Lavrsen and put under "Feel Free To Modify" in Foswiki context.
12 Feb 2009: {PROXY}{HOST} supports domain with and without protocol -- Peter Thoeny
06 Feb 2009: added {PROXY}{SkipProxyForDomains} configure setting, added USERAGENTNAME plugin setting -- Peter Thoeny
11 Dec 2008: added {PROXY}{HOST} and {PROXY}{PORT} configure settings -- Peter Thoeny
13 Sep 2007: fixed parsing of content:encoded
23 Jul 2006: improved atom parser; if a posting has no title default to 'Untitled'
26 Apr 2006: added lazy compilation
10 Feb 2006: packaged using the TWiki:Plugins/BuildContrib; minor fixes
03 Feb 2006: off-by-one: limit="n" returned n+1 articles; make FORMAT and HEADER format strings more robust
23 Jan 2006: released v2.00
05 Dec 2005: internal feed urls must be absolute
02 Dec 2005: added web.topic shorthand for internal feeds
29 Nov 2005: fixed CDATA handling
21 Nov 2005: added ATOM support; extended RSS support; added dublin core support; added content support; optionally using LWP to fetch feeds to follow redirections; corrected CPAN dependencies ; recoding special chars from html integer to entity encoding to increase browser compatibility; added css support; use getWorkArea() if available
11 May 2005: TWiki:Main.WillNorris: added DevelopBranch compatability
31 Oct 2004: Fixed taint issue by TWiki:Main.AdrianWeiler; small performance improvement
29 Oct 2004: Fixed issue of external caching if mod_perl or SpeedyCGI is used
02 Aug 2002: Implemented caching of feeds, thanks to TWiki:Main/RobDuarte
11 Jun 2002: Initial version (V1.000)
Perl Version: 5.008
Plugin Home: http://foswiki.org/Extensions/HeadlinesPlugin
Feedback: http://foswiki.org/Extensions/HeadlinesPluginDev
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