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8 responses to “Drupal: Feeds Image Grabber”

  1. Tutorial for FeedAPI/Feeds Image Grabber | Public Mind

    [...] Feeds Image Grabber has been released to support the new Feeds module. (3 march 2010) [...]

  2. Drupal: Tutorial for Feeds Image Grabber | Public Mind

    [...] Feeds Image Grabber:  http://publicmind.in/blog/drupal-feeds-image-grabber [...]

  3. Drupal: FeedAPI Imagegrabber | Public Mind

    [...] there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Feeds Image Grabber (FIG) was released on 3rd March 2010, to support the Feeds [...]

  4. Sean

    Grabbing the image from the Description?

    So I am trying to use this to grab images from the amazon feeds (i.e. http://www.amazon.com/rss/movers-and-shakers/electronics/ref=pd_ms_rss_link&tag=seasrev-20)

    The image I want is in the description in the CDATA

    If I map it to the URL as per the tutorial it graps a random Ad image from Amazon ( which I suspect is purposefully put there by amazon)

    Any ideas on how to get this to work? I want to create with Drupal a Tiled Listing using views of the items from a bunch of feeds – but I really want the image in that listing.


  5. Manuel

    Hi, im trying to import more than one images into a site, using feeds an this module but im able to upload only one image.

    It is possible to upload more than one image using image grabber?


    1. Nitin


      You will be able to do this by default in D7 and with this patch (http://drupal.org/node/967658) in D6.


  6. Jim C

    This so close to what I need. I’m parsing a feed with image links. I don’t want to store the images, they are already staged on a CDN (akamai) in my case. I just want to be able to use the link as an img src=” “. Is there a way to make this module do what I want or is there another module for what I need? Thanks.

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