||Setting Up an RSS Feed for Podcasting Using ListGarden
||This page gives step-by-step instructions for using ListGarden to create
an RSS feed for a podcast so that listeners can subscribe and
automatically download new episodes when they are available. It also shows
how to automatically create a companion "List of Shows" HTML page.
||Adding an RSS feed to a normal website
||This page gives step-by-step instructions for using ListGarden to add an
RSS feed to a normal website.
||Suggest Feeds on Syndic8.com
||This is a very short video that demonstrates how to suggest an RSS or Atom
feed on Syndic8.com
||New RSS tutorial on W3Schools
||Howto MagpieRSS: Implementing Web Developer News
||Learn how to create your own syndicated content using the PHP server-side
scripting language and MagpieRSS.
||Yahoo Publisher's Guide to RSS
||This Publisher's Guide will show you how to easily distribute your content
on Yahoo. Covers the definition of RSS, submitting your RSS to Yahoo,
promotion, and tracking.
|| Getting Started With RSS
||Learn about RSS and how to configure feeds using BlogLines.
||Give Your Site the RSS Treatment
||This document describes some issues and considerations for adding the
benefits of RSS syndication to your Web site, including gaining subscribers
to your new feed(s).
||Processing XML/RSS feeds with ColdFusion MX
||This tutorial will show you how to parse XML files (RSS Feeds) with
ColdFusion MX and it uses an EasyCFM.COM Feed for example [Feed: 5 Most
Viewed Tutorials]. It shows you how to call it via CFHTTP all the way to
parse and display your records!
||Creating your very own RSS XML Feeds with ColdFusion MX!
||Have you ever wanted to create your very own RSS XML News Feeds? This
tutorial will show you how to create an RSS feed that will allow you to
syndicate your web site and allow the world to easily use your data!
||Build an RSS Generator Component
||Easily create an RSS feed that has many potential uses in sharing
information both within and outside your organization. Learn how to build
an RSS generator component you can reuse in your own applications.
||The Syndic8 Personal List System
||Syndic8 has a very powerful and flexible mechanism to allow users to
create their own personal collections of interesting feeds. This article
will tell you all that you need to know to take full advantage of the
Personal List System. You will learn how to create, view, import, and
export lists. You will also learn how to use this feature in conjunction
with your news reading tool.
||Creating an Online RSS News Aggregator with ASP.NET
||MSDN article covering both creation and consumption of an RSS feed
from .Net. Add a feed to your site or write your own aggregator, or both.
||Which Nuke for You? Managing Web Images Dynamically
||A review of Web server applications to help you convert or manipulate
images directly from a browser from your desktop. Focus on ImageMagick,
NetPBM, and GD Graphics Library with links to download locations,
documentation, and more.
||MySQL Database Connectivity
||An article on how to connect to a Web-based MySQL database.
||Take out smart quotes using perl
||This page describes, in Unix manual page style, a Perl program available
for downloading from this site which corrects numerous errors and
incompatibilities in HTML generated by, or edited with, Microsoft
applications. The demoroniser keeps you from looking dumber than a bag of
dirt when your Web page is viewed by a user on a non-Microsoft platform.
||How to write XPath expressions and porperly use XPath to accomplish Markup
language based tasks
||Home grown RSS Harvester & Aggregator in ASPX
||An RSS aggregator written in ASPX
||RSS .91 to 1.0
||RSSup is an ASP script that allows webmaster who already generate an
RSS .91 feed for their site to dynamically create an RSS 1.0 feed. Using
the Microsoft XML parser (supplied with IE 5) on the server side, you can
now move to RSS 1.0 without having to worry about recoding your channel.
||Nerds without wires RSS parser
||PHP code for parsing RSS into a website.
||RSSify your web page
||This is a scraping service runnning over at Voidstar. You can use the
scraping service or download the source and run one of your own. It
allows you to 'scrape' an HTML page looking for special span tags. The
text inside them is pulled out and put into an RSS file.
||Online RSS 1.0 Validator
||An experimental RSS 1.0 validator
||Blogfeed creates an RSS newsfeed from the HTML file of your blog.
||RSSBlog creates an RSS newsfeed from the HTML file of your blog.
This is an evolution of the idea presented in Aaron's Blogify Your Page.
||The Art of Syndication, part 1
||An interesting article on Syndication from an ASP site
||The Art of Syndication, part 2
||A follow up article on Syndication and it's use in ASP.
||RSS syndication with GreyMatter
||While it's very easy to generate an RSS file that syndicates your two most
recent posts, it's much more difficult to syndicate more than just the two
most recent posts.
This hack makes it possible to syndicate up to 15 entries (the RSS limit)
using GM variables and connected files.
||RSS Feeds In Movable Type
||How to edit Movable Type's RSS template to change the language, include an
image, and include your contact information.
||Add XML feeds to your IIS site using XSL
||Explains how to fetch external XML and transform it using XSL and ASP.
It's targetted toward an IIS server.
||Add an RSS feed to CityDesk
||CityDesk, a new content management system for Windows, has
released a page on how to create RSS feeds with their system:
You can read more about CityDesk here:
||Create RSS channels from HTML news sites
||Describes the process involved in using perl to scrape an HTML page and
convert the contents into an RSS feed.
||RSSManip: ASP parsing of RSS feeds
||Information on how to use the Microsoft XML parser to parse RSS feeds.
||Create and Validate an RSS document
||This web form will help you create an RSS document from scratch. It will
also allow you to fetch an existing RSS document and see if it validates.
||RSS 0.92: A Step-by-Step Beginner's Guide
||RSS 0.92: A Step-by-Step Beginner's Guide to Creating Your First Document
||Using RSS News Feeds with Perl
||In this Mother of Perl tutorial, we will write a short Perl script (less
than 100 lines) that retrieves an XML RSS file from the Web or local file
system and converts it to HTML. Using a Server Side Include (SSI) or
similar method, you can easily add news headlines from any number of
sources to your Web site.
||XML Corner: Dynamic Content for Your Applications
||This article demonstrates how the MSXML parser can be used to construct a
very simple headline reading tool. It also shows how to use an XML to
Netscape's "what's related?" feature.
||Generating RSS with ASP
||An article explaining how RSS files can be generated using ASP (Active
||How to make PHP-Nuke better for Syndication
||These How To's will help you setup your backend for PHP-Nuke driven sites.
There are also some to help you extend your backend files.
||Syndicate your page
||This discusses how to alter your HTML page so that items on it can be
picked up by the blogspace scraping service.