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RSS FAQs - Introduction to RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Basics
A collection of 7 FAQs on RSS (Really Simple Syndication). Clear answers are provided with tutorial samples on introduction to Website syndication technology; RSS and Atom syndication file standards and versions.

Type: RSS  #Views: 155  Category: Tutorial    

Using RSS News Feeds
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.

Type: RSS  #Views: 357  Category: Tutorial    

RSS Applet Configurator
This is a combination tutorial on and generator for Rich Site Summary (RSS) news feed applets. The RSS Applet Configurator service (http://www.webreference.com/cgi-bin/xml/rssappletconfig.pl) is a Perl driven on-line form that accepts the address of an RSS channel and interface decisions (such as background color and item mouseover color), then generates Java code for a customized applet for the user's site.

Type: RSS  #Views: 361  Category: Tutorial    

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