Auto updating rss feed

31-May-2016 17:01

So the content is created in Feed For All, and the website dynamically updates as the feed is updated.

If you have a lot of existing content you could try using a scraper and then fix any errors using an RSS editing tool like Feed For All (oryou could just cut and paste old entries as I mentioned before, and create new entries using FFA).

Though because they don't have indicators of where an item should begin and end and what classifies as a title and description, they are not always accurate.

Many people create the RSS feed in Feed For All then use the free rss2script which will automatically update the web page.

I'm trying to test a service that consumes RSS feeds and turns them into push notifications, and it would be nice if there was a very regularly updated publicly available RSS feed I could point it at.

I know I can just use a news feed like CNN, but I'm wondering if there's something more "Lorem Ipsum" style for RSS.

On the Outlook Options dialog box, click Advanced in the left pane list of menu options.

In the right pane, scroll down to the Send and receive section and click the Send/Receive button.

The are "scrapers" that will scrape the contents of an HTML webpage and attempt to create a feed.

If you have a lot of RSS feeds you follow, you may not want them all updating automatically.

You can set up the RSS feeds so none of them update automatically, or only certain ones will.

On the Send/Receive Settings dialog box, click RSS in the list of Accounts on the left.

If you don’t want any of your RSS feeds to update automatically, select the Include RSS Feeds in this Send/Receive group check box so there is NO check mark in the box.

To select which RSS feeds update automatically, if any, click the File tab.

The murder weapon was found beside her Dutiel’s body. … continue reading »

Read more