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Is there a way to create an external .js file and link it for my rss feeds?
[edited by: werty at 4:35 pm (utc) on Aug. 20, 2004]
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(1) Your page requests information sent to our PHP script, which must process it.
(2) The Feed2JS must then do another request to either get the RSS feed from the site or from our cache files (if it has been more than 60 minutes since caching).
There is a fair bit of communication that needs to happen. There is no getting around that to get dynamic content.
If you ran the PHP script on your own server it would be faster. If you used our provided PHP include code it might be a tad faster.
A .js include file would do nothing for you, unless you had your own way to have a script automatically fetch the RSS, parse it, and then update an include file on your server.