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RSS Icons

Use any of the following graphics to denote the location of your RSS feed or use the following free online tool to create custom RSS graphics.

Here are a few examples of what is waiting for you in the Icons Folder:


Don't have time to make your own? Don't worry... there are more graphics to make your life easier. Simply click here more RSS graphics.

RSS to HMTL PHP Scripts

In addition to making your RSS feed available to your visitors for use with their RSS Feed Reader, as a webmaster you may also want to make the same feed available on your website for viewing with a regular web browser. Additional and updated information and the latest version of this PHP script can be found at http://www.FeedForAll.com/free-php-script.htm

There are several ways to do this, some have advantages or disadvantages compared to others. The best solution is one where the webpage is automatically updated on-the-fly, is easily spidered by search engine robots, and easy to implement.

To attain this optimal solution, the developers of FeedForAll Mac have created a free RSS to HTML PHP script. When used, this script will allow you to create webpages that will always display the most current information from your RSS feed, and because the resulting page is pure HTML, it will be in a format friendly to search engine robots.

Display an RSS feed's contents on a webpage Advantages: Always displays the most current information from your RSS feed Search engine spider and robot friendly Will run on any webserver that supports PHP Easy to implement Requirements: Website RSS 2.0, .93, .92, .91, or .90 feed

There are three ways the RSS to HTML PHP script can be implemented on your website.
  1. Put a free copy of the rss2html.php script on your webserver and call it by passing the URLs of your feed and webpage template files.
  2. Put a free copy of the rss2html.php script on your webserver and edit its feed and template variables.
  3. Run the rss2html.php script from a server, passing it the URLs of your feed and webpage template files free of charge.
  4. Pass your feed to the RSS2HTML server which will display the feed in an html format free of charge.

**NOTE** These items are found under Documents in a folder named FeedForAll in the User's Home directory. The folders are named RSSIcons and Scripts.