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PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2004 8:42 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

If you want to let your visitors know that you have an RSS feed available, you simply FTP the feed up to your server, and then add a link on your web page. Most webmasters use the little orange XML graphic (http://www.feedforall.com/graphics.htm) with a description next to it, and make both the graphic and the description a link to their feed's URL.

Visitors can then use an RSS reader to view the feed.

If you are looking to have the content of your RSS feed displayed in a webpage, then you have a few options for that. There are PHP and JavaScript routines you can use to include the data. I don't have a whole lot of experience with these solutions. The other option is to use FeedForAll's export feature, and by using a template, have FeedForAll generate a webpage, with you RSS content, that you can then upload to your server. You can have FeedForAll generate the entire webpage, or what we have found to work really well, just have FeedForAll generate a table that your webserver can then insert into an existing webpage using a Server Side Include.

If you want more information about using the export templates, or using SSI (Server Side Includes), please post back and I will try to post some actual examples.

Unfortunately thing aren't as clear as we would like yet, because the documentation for FeedForAll isn't finished.

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