(1) Linking to This NewsPage
The following link for this NewsPage can be used to form an anchor text link for your website:
Alternatively, you can install an RSS NewsPage icon
on your website using this link:
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(2) Syndicating This Feed Using Enfeedia's 'Super Simple Syndication'
Syndication of RSS feeds simply means that the feed content or portion thereof is embedded on one or more websites (RSS = Really Simple Syndication).
If your website server supports PHP -- and virtually all of them do -- you can display the contents of this feed
directly on your website. You select how many of the most recent items and the length of the items to display.
You implement this by simply inserting either of the two following PHP code snippets on your website in a region
where you've specified php code to be located. The
first arranges items in a vertical column whereas the second in a horizontal row. (Be sure to take into account your webpage width when
using the row orientation).
Both snippets provide a basic presentation of the most recent three items
showing a maximum of approximately 300 characters, inheriting colors
and style from the page syndicating the feed. You can change the number of items displayed by changing the NI parameter in the snippet. Similarly,
you can change the length of items displayed by changing the LI parameter.
Vertical Presentation of Items:
Horizontal Presentation of Items:
The above snippets use Enfeedia's "Super Simple Syndication" eliminating the need to upload any scripts to syndicate feeds. You can
explore syndication methods by going to the Enfeedia home page and selecting the "Promote/Syndicate" menu item.
You will learn how to fully customize the presentation of the feed on your website. For this feed, use
account name Linda_has and then select feed