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RSS Tutorial

Arrow Image A semi decent RSS guide. Just the basics.



RSS feeds are very simple to make, and handy for any fans of yours. Basically what RSS is used for, is to download information to a device such as an PDA or iPod, and provide you with information, updates, or whatever. When the feed is upadted, software can automatically save you feed to the receiver\'s device. You can learn more about RSS <a href=http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss>here</a>

To create an RSS item you need three things, a Title,Decscription,and a Link. So here is an example. MY TITLE: GOING ON A TRIP MY DESCRIPTION: On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I\'ll tell you about my trip when I get back. MY LINK: http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html . Now we need to put that in a valid XML format.
On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I\'ll tell you about my trip when I get back. http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html. Now we want to tell XML that we want to create an item so we say:
On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I\'ll tell you about my trip when I get back. http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html

You can add as many items as you want. Now as in all languages you need a header and footer. the header in this case is
<?xml version=\"1.0\" ?>
<rss version=\"2.0\">

<channel>

<title>GOING ON A TRIP;/title>
<description>On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I\'ll tell you about my trip when I get back.</description>
<link>http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html</link>

</channel>

</rss>

So you insert all that information into a docu<i></i>ment and save it with a .xml extension(ex mytriprss.xml). Now you post a link to you .xml file on your website and you are ready to go!

Comments

pwnmstron August 05 2005 - 02:17:02
view the page souce to actually understand the tutorial. All the XML tags are gone when viewing it normally
wolfmankurdon September 26 2005 - 22:49:41
RSS feeds are very simple to make, and handy for any fans of yours. Basically what RSS is used for, is to download information to a device such as an PDA or iPod, and provide you with information, updates, or whatever. When the feed is upadted, software can automatically save you feed to the receiver's device. You can learn more about RSS <a href=http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss>here</a><br /> <br /> To create an RSS item you need three things, a Title,Decscription,and a Link. So here is an example. MY TITLE: GOING ON A TRIP MY DESCRIPTION: On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I'll tell you about my trip when I get back. MY LINK: http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html . Now we need to put that in a valid XML format.<br /> On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I'll tell you about my trip when I get back. http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html. Now we want to tell XML that we want to create an item so we say:<br /> On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I'll tell you about my trip when I get back. http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html<br /> <br /> You can add as many items as you want. Now as in all languages you need a header and footer. the header in this case is<br /> <?xml version="1.0" ?><br /> <rss version="2.0"><br /> <br /> <channel><br /> <br /> <title>GOING ON A TRIP;/title><br /> <description>On June 19 I will be gone for one week on a trip to Kenya. I'll tell you about my trip when I get back.</description><br /> <link>http://mywebsite.com/rss/mytrip.html</link><br /> <br /> </channel><br /> <br /> </rss><br /> <br /> So you insert all that information into a docu<i></i>ment and save it with a .xml extension(ex mytriprss.xml). Now you post a link to you .xml file on your website and you are ready to go! </td>
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