My first attempt at RSS

  effingpot 11:21 10 Mar 06
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Hi, I have started mucking around with RSS.

My site I'm trying to create feeds for is click here where I post funny videos. pictures, smilies etc. These are all organised reasonably logically into files called index-vids.shtml, index-smilies.shtml and so one.

My initial rss.xml file seems to work OK but I need to work out how I go about actually updating, so that (heaven forbid) shoudl anyone subscribe, they know when I add files.

Each update I replace the "today's favourites" list with a new bunch.

So .... should I write the rss file so that the item> sections refer to each updated file (there are about 10 per section - so 30-40 of them each update. Or is there a way to keep the item>s as the whole files as per my effort below. See what I mean?

And finally (dorry for all the questions) - when I put my little orange rss box on the site - do I simply link it to my rss file? or something else?

(click here)

?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
rss version="2.0">
channel>
title>Friday Fun RSS Feed /title>
link>click here /link>
description>Favourite Funnies from around teh Web /description>

item>
title>Updated Videos /title>
link>click here /link>
description>12 new videos for your amusement /description>
/item>

item>
title>Updated Pictures /title>
link>click here /link>
description>Loads of new pictures /description>
/item>

item>
title>Updated Smilies /title>
link>click here /link>
description>Hundreds of smilies /description>
/item>

item>
title>Updated Downloads /title>
link>click here /link>
description>Check them out /description>
/item>

/channel>
/rss>

Thanks for any advice
Rgds
Mike

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