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msg:1542378
 3:24 pm on Apr 28, 2006 (gmt 0)

hi,
i have a unique problem. i am building a static site.. but there are a few pages(basically speakers who contribute via blogs). So i have a few basic layouts.. all done in dreamweaver using <div> layers with absolute positioning. i need to provide a blogging interface for these speakers.. either via blogger/word press or something like that to let them publish their posts on the site. If the need be i can convert these layers into tables. and i need to provide a RSS feed for all these blogs separetly, which i assume i can do it with feedburner. but how would i integrate a wordpress/blogger blog into just a few sections of my site.

thanks ahead.
madhu

 

dareRock




msg:1542379
 5:21 pm on May 2, 2006 (gmt 0)

if you are trying to parse in the actual wordpress/blogger interface, i'm thinking a framed page is your only option.

Why not just have the bloggers use the wordpress or blogger to add posts to their blog and just syndicate them via feedburner and your rss parser installed on your website?

That way, you dont need to go through all the trouble of creating the interface to add posts - they do it from their favourite blogging app/website.

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