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#1: PHP based RSS parser

Posted on 2008-04-19 19:36:25 by ClueLess

I'd like to be able to draw content from RSS feeds and automatically include
it in my website (i.e. automatic updates without manual intervention).
Ideally this should be done without any Javascript, instead the content
should reside on my server. This is because I would like to reap the SEO
benefits of having such dynamic content on my page.

The two problems are (a) I would rather not have to pay for this and (b) I
know diddly squat about scripts and programming (e.g. PHP codes).

http://hexamail.com/news2web/ seems to do what I want, but it costs money!
Does someone else know of any open source product which does the same thing?

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#2: Re: PHP based RSS parser

Posted on 2008-04-20 22:35:26 by sathia

ClueLess wrote:

> I'd like to be able to draw content from RSS feeds and automatically
> include it in my website (i.e. automatic updates without manual
> intervention). Ideally this should be done without any Javascript, instead
> the content should reside on my server. This is because I would like to
> reap the SEO benefits of having such dynamic content on my page.
>
> The two problems are (a) I would rather not have to pay for this and (b) I
> know diddly squat about scripts and programming (e.g. PHP codes).
>
> http://hexamail.com/news2web/ seems to do what I want, but it costs money!
> Does someone else know of any open source product which does the same
> thing?

search for simple pie

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#3: Re: PHP based RSS parser

Posted on 2008-04-23 01:47:37 by nc

On Apr 19, 10:36 am, "ClueLess" <g...@schrott.com> wrote:
>
> I'd like to be able to draw content from RSS feeds and automatically
> include it in my website (i.e. automatic updates without manual
> intervention). Ideally this should be done without any Javascript,
> instead the content should reside on my server. This is because I would
> like to reap the SEO benefits of having such dynamic content on my page.
>
> The two problems are (a) I would rather not have to pay for this and (b)
> I know diddly squat about scripts and programming (e.g. PHP codes).
>
> http://hexamail.com/news2web/seems to do what I want, but it costs money!
> Does someone else know of any open source product which does the same thing?

Take a look at Magpie RSS:

http://magpierss.sourceforge.net/

Cheers,
NC

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