Msg#: 3969056 posted 3:01 am on Aug 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
RSS is an XML file. It doesn't contain any HTML or XHTML per se. Entity-encoded HTML is allowed in the <description>. There are some examples [cyber.law.harvard.edu] provided at the RSS 2.0 Specification [cyber.law.harvard.edu].
Msg#: 3969056 posted 1:03 am on Aug 18, 2009 (gmt 0)
Where are you embedding this HTML? Are you using the entity encoding mentioned above?
Keep in mind that an RSS feed isn't meant to be presentational. You don't generally lay it out and design it like a web page. It's mainly for publishing data. If you want presentation, then make a web page.
Msg#: 3969056 posted 3:51 am on Aug 18, 2009 (gmt 0)
thanks for the reply. well the data displayed in the description tag of the rss field is input by the users through a wysiwyg editor. so i can help the fact that the data to be displayed has html(say like tables). is there a solution for this?