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Topic: pub date keeps changing to today's date
mpahlmann

Replies: 4
Views: 12499

PostForum: Program Support (FFA Mac)   Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:34 pm   Subject: Re: pub date keeps changing to today's date
The Auto Pub Date box in the bottom right corner is checked. Is that what you're referring to?
Topic: pub date keeps changing to today's date
mpahlmann

Replies: 4
Views: 12499

PostForum: Program Support (FFA Mac)   Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:32 pm   Subject: Re: pub date keeps changing to today's date
Yes, the Auto Pub Date is checked.
Topic: pub date keeps changing to today's date
mpahlmann

Replies: 4
Views: 12499

PostForum: Program Support (FFA Mac)   Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 11:35 am   Subject: pub date keeps changing to today's date
I use the Future RSS script and have 3 dozen items in my feed. Each time I add or modify an item, all the items' pub dates change to today's dates. The past dates the earlier items were published on disappear and are replaced by today's date.

I'm not using the smart date, just the regular date picker. Often, after changing all the item pub dates by hand to the correct date, when I finish other modifications and save my feed, the dates have all changed to today's date.

What do you suggest I do?
Topic: Some rss readers won't accept my .php file as a feed
mpahlmann

Replies: 1
Views: 16317

PostForum: FutureRSS (Automatic Content Publisher)   Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 2:55 pm   Subject: Some rss readers won't accept my .php file as a feed
We're publishing our podcast using the Future RSS script. We're giving site visitors various options to subscribe to the feed, such as My Yahoo, My AOL, My MSN, and other web-based rss readers.

I've been experimenting with these and find that some rss readers will accept my .php file as a feed, but others don't (Yahoo and MSN don't for example). They seem to want a .xml file.

How do I get around this? If I give an rss reader the .xml file, all of the future shows appear in the published feed. There must be some way to make our Future RSS feed available to Yahoo and MSN.

Thanks for your help.
Topic: New to Furure RSS need help
mpahlmann

Replies: 20
Views: 57755

PostForum: FutureRSS (Automatic Content Publisher)   Posted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 3:51 pm   Subject: New to Furure RSS need help
Just tested the .php file again, and it's working...!

No need for your reply to my previous post.

Thanks for your help.
Topic: New to Furure RSS need help
mpahlmann

Replies: 20
Views: 57755

PostForum: FutureRSS (Automatic Content Publisher)   Posted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 2:24 pm   Subject: New to Furure RSS need help
I followed your suggestion. In the .php file, I changed this:

# $cfg["rss_feed"]='http://www.evolutionminute.com/rss/evo_min.xml';

$cfg["rss_feed"]='evo_min.xml';

to this:

$cfg["rss_feed"]='http://www.evolutionminute.com/rss/evo_min.xml';

# $cfg["rss_feed"]='evo_min.xml';


I see there is a subtle difference in the two. After uploading the new .php file, I tested the rss feed using the .php url, not the .xml url. Again, all the shows (future dated) are showing up.

What else can I try?
Topic: New to Furure RSS need help
mpahlmann

Replies: 20
Views: 57755

PostForum: FutureRSS (Automatic Content Publisher)   Posted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 12:15 pm   Subject: New to Furure RSS need help
Working with the future-rss script. I downloaded that folder and followed instructions I found on this forum.

I opened the php file and changed these lines of code:

# $cfg["rss_feed"]='http://www.mydomain.com/myfeed.xml';

$cfg["rss_feed"]='myfeed.xml';


to this:

# $cfg["rss_feed"]='http://www.evolutionminute.com/rss/evo_min.xml';

$cfg["rss_feed"]='evo_min.xml';


Then I renamed the php file to evo_min.php and uploaded it into the folder on my server where the .xml file lives.


My .xml file has 21 items with consecutively progressing daily dates, beginning with Nov. 28. So the pub dates of each item are Nov 28, 29, 30, Dec 1....

To test the future script I added my .xml feed to a feed reader. But,... it displayed all shows. It should have shown only the first one or two items.

Not sure how to trouble shoot this. I pasted the url of the future script .php file into my browser, and got this error message:

Error en http:// Wed, 29 Nov 2006 11:01:47 -0600 Feed not found

The .php file is on the server at that url location.

Can you provide some guidance? Here are the urls of my feed:

http://www.evolutionminute.com/rss/evo_min.php

http://www.evolutionminute.com/rss/evo_min.xml


Thanks, I appreciate your time and wisdom.
Topic: New to Furure RSS need help
mpahlmann

Replies: 20
Views: 57755

PostForum: FutureRSS (Automatic Content Publisher)   Posted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 5:16 pm   Subject: New to Furure RSS need help
I can successfully add the .xml version of the feed to various rss readers, but not the .php. That's to say, the .php file is not recognized by the readers.

When I submit the .xml version to the readers, the Future RSS feature doesn't appear to be operating. All future shows are listed.

What's the protocol for adding my rss feed to readers, keeping the Future RSS feature intact?

I have another question. Not quite sure what to do with the .html file that comes in the Future RSS download. I put our episode content in the .html code, but I don't think I did it right. Here's what it looks like:

http://evolutionminute.com/rss/evo_min_rss.html

Thanks for your thoughts.
Topic: New to Furure RSS need help
mpahlmann

Replies: 20
Views: 57755

PostForum: FutureRSS (Automatic Content Publisher)   Posted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 5:13 pm   Subject: php file not found when adding content to MyYahoo or MyGoogl
I've just installed the future rss php script with my rss feed and have been testing it in personal pages of Yahoo and Google.

When I try to add the rss feed using the .php as the url pathway (not .xml as usual), the php file is not found.

When I give the .xml url, the php script doesn't appear to work. Future dated shows are listed in the feed.

Any suggestions?
 

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