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hi not sure if this is the right place 4 this but here goes, i am making a site which contains a news/rumours section that i will be updating on a regulare basis, so it would be easier for me to set up an extra msn account so i can get an extra msn space blog input all the news thier and use an rss feed to update the news page on my site, has anyone done this or knows how to do this, thx in advance

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Edited by rdhd1990, 23 October 2005 - 01:09 PM.

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Well, I guess you want to make an rss feed....

Basically on your site, you could install a blogging system (Such as wordpress), and they have a built in RSS feed, which would be the logical way, or you could make an rss feed yourself, which you have seperate pages for all of the articles, and add them manually to the rss feed. See here: http://searchenginew...cle.php/2175271.


You could download something like mambo, (a content managment system), and when you add an article, it will auto update.

Hope this helps,

Danny :tazz:
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