Msg#: 4280739 posted 5:18 pm on Mar 12, 2011 (gmt 0)
I have scanned through many posts on this.. and with the possibility of later technology being available am asking a question that may have been posted before.
I have an existing (Expression Web html generated) website with probably 200+ pages... and with new updated content 2-3 times a week.. I also have a blog that is Wordpress based that has its own generated RSS feed.
I would like to create an rss feed from my main website existing content that would then update when new content is added... and I guess to be separate from my existing blog RSS
ANy suggestions as to how I can do this?
I would like to be able to send out RSS of my main website and not just my Blog .
Msg#: 4280739 posted 6:15 pm on Mar 12, 2011 (gmt 0)
There may be tools out there but on one of my sites, I just manually created an rss.xml file and added a new entry to it when I posted a new article. It only takes a minute or so to update the RSS feed. You don't *need* a tool to maintain an RSS feed.
Good news: You don't need to manually add data to xml files to have an updated RSS. There are free tools that will crawl your site and create it for you. Some have understandable limitations (if your site has lots of info) but most of them are just fine. For more advanced stuff you can upgrade your account.
I don't know if I can mention the names of the sites on this area but just search "rss out of any site" and you'll find them.