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    how to feed your site

    how can i feed to my site
    i don how to integrate my webpage for RSS feed
    can you give some example code for it so that i can try it out

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    If you are using PHP there are a lot of libraries out there that can create RSS feeds from a dataset that you provide. Do a search on Google for "PHP Create RSS" and you should find some stuff.

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    Are you trying to parse a feed and display it on your site, or do you want to provide a feed from your site.

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    links to RSS/PHP syndication resources

    Here are some links I found very useful when learning how to place RSS feeds on my sites:








    Also, this is a handy little script that you can use to convert RSS to JS for easy integration on your site. You can also set up the script on your site so that your users can easily convert your feeds to JS for easy syndication on their sites. (Note: Search engines likely won't read JS-generated feeds.)



    I hope that helps!
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    Is there anyway to use that javascript feed but still have search engines read it?
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    The last I heard, search engines were starting to read some JS embedded links, but generally speaking JavaScript is processed by your browser, so unless the SE robots are using browser emulation on their crawls, the JS feed content would be skipped over.

    Using PHP (or another server-side language) solves this because the code is parsed by the server, which outputs plain old HTML to the webpage that the robots can index.

    JS is a nice quick fix if you aren't concerned about SE's seeing the content; otherwise, a service-side launguage is the best choice for displaying RSS feeds.

    Someone please chime in if they have any additional or contradictory info!

    JF

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    Try to avoid Javascript if you can. Try this service from RSS2 HTML.

    http://www.rss2html.com/

    You can download the files neccessary to make what you want happen. I have used it at http://www.depiction.net/rssfeeds/


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