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RSS Introduction Web Sites anybody?
Where can I find out about this?
brucec




msg:1542276
 7:20 pm on Mar 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

I searched the web and not find anything on Google.

 

Symbios




msg:1542277
 7:27 pm on Mar 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

Try doing a search for carp rss

lorax




msg:1542278
 1:55 am on Mar 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

Visit [XML.com....] It's a good starting point for learning what you need.

bill




msg:1542279
 2:37 am on Mar 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

The Lockergnome site has some good reference materials on RSS: [rss.lockergnome.com...]

ronin




msg:1542280
 3:23 pm on Mar 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

I found these articles to be a good introduction to the topic when I first stumbled across how easy it was to actually set up a feed (...at the end of last month).

[ezine-tips.com ] by Barbara J Feldman
is an article which talks about using syndication feeds as an alternative to email newsletters.

[downes.ca ] by Stephen Downes
is a brilliantly simple-to-follow tutorial on setting up your own feed.

and

[wilsonweb.com ] by Ralph F Wilson
is a very useful introduction with tips on setting up your own feed, validating the feed, submitting the feed to directories etc.

Also there are two articles at WebMonkey:

[hotwired.lycos.com ] by Jason Cook
looks at why you might want to have an RSS feed on your site and

[hotwired.lycos.com ] also by Jason Cook
looks at the difference between Atom and RSS.

claus




msg:1542281
 3:37 pm on Mar 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

I'll just mention the RSS 2.0 Specification [blogs.law.harvard.edu].

Brett_Tabke




msg:1542282
 3:39 pm on Mar 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

The spec:
[my.netscape.com...]

If you are really serious about RSS, then see the RSS Queens site [researchbuzz.com] and this search [google.com].

danec




msg:1542283
 2:56 am on Apr 25, 2004 (gmt 0)

Explanations of RSS in 10 words or less to someone who reads news online, but doesn't know what a ` or aggregator is:

[37signals.com...]

hfguide




msg:1542284
 2:12 pm on Apr 26, 2004 (gmt 0)

Here are my links:

RSS Tutorial for Content Managers and Webmasters
[mnot.net...]

RSS: What it is, Where to get it, How to make it, How to use it
[interleaves.org...]

Sharing Your Site with RSS
[hotwired.lycos.com...]

Meet Diverse Needs by Using RSS to Syndicate Content
[builder.com.com...]

hans51




msg:1542285
 7:54 pm on Apr 26, 2004 (gmt 0)

a simply and comprehensive "RSS Howto for beginners":

How to create your own RSS Newsfeed
How to publish RSS Newsfeed
How to submit RSS news feed

step by step

is published @

[kriyayoga.com...]

rogerd




msg:1542286
 8:18 pm on Apr 26, 2004 (gmt 0)

Great topic, I can see I've got some reading to do here!

For you feed pros, which article above (or not above) might provide a good intro to refer someone to who wants to put MY headlines on THEIR site. I've got several frequently updated content sites which I manage with MovableType. So, if my site has an XML link available, I need to explain as simply as possible to someone else how to get my headlines/summaries on their site. I'm guessing that javascript will be the easiest, but is there a simple server-side solution that will allow the links to be properly spidered by search engines?

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