How do I get an RSS feed to display on my website? Thanks, Robin ChappleMessage 1 of 4 , Nov 6, 2007View SourceHow do I get an RSS feed to display on my website?
... What do you mean? You want to generate a RSS feed or parse an existing feed? For the former, read the RSS specification. For the latter, there are allMessage 2 of 4 , Nov 6, 2007View SourceRobin Chapple wrote:
> How do I get an RSS feed to display on my website?What do you mean? You want to generate a RSS feed or parse an existing
> Robin Chapple
feed? For the former, read the RSS specification. For the latter,
(typically called 'ticker' programs).
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... If you re talking about taking someone else s RSS feed and making that content available on your site, you need some sort of an xml parser program. On myMessage 3 of 4 , Nov 6, 2007View Source--- Robin Chapple <robinski@...> wrote:
> How do I get an RSS feed to display on my website?If you're talking about taking someone else's RSS feed
and making that content available on your site, you
need some sort of an xml parser program. On my
php-driven sites, I use a free one called "rss2html".
Works great. Completely customizable.
If you're talking about creating an RSS feed of your
content for others to use, that's a matter of creating
the proper xml file. That depends on what programming
languages you have available to use. I've done them
using php before, but nothing else.
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Do you use feedburner? Do I need something like feedburner to give people options of which RSS service to use? Do you find that people use the email featureMessage 4 of 4 , May 21, 2010View SourceDo you use feedburner?
Do I need something like feedburner to give people options of "which"
RSS service to use?
Do you find that people use the email feature of feedburner?
Is there a system you prefer other than feedburner?
Is it better to create your own RSS feed?
What way has worked the best as far as getting subscribers?
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