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xml feeds , nice but hard to use

I have some xml to integrate to php and html, sounds nice but...



10:00 am on Sep 15, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I do have good result with this <snip> program for some months now.

They just inform me that they now provide xml feeds for our websites.

Sounds handsome for SEO...

I had a look at their xml feeds... I feel LOST! I can read them but when it comes to integrate it to my php and html pages it's another story.

Did someone tried this new xml feature?

I guess it will be fantastic in term of page rank. But I really need some help.

Check it out and let me know

Have a nice day


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6:36 pm on Sept 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Well if you use php, you can manually parse through the nodes that you need and display the content that is contained in the xml. I believe that php also has the ability to use xsl if you want also.

Sticky me with the name of the program so I might be able to take a look at the xml.



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