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Postby _Buttons » Mon Oct 13, 2003 10:02 pm

Is there something special you have to include in a web-page so that Awasu spots possible feeds when you open it in the browser window?

For example, www.mavb.co.uk has the RSS feed defined by a clickable awasu graphic but is not automatically discovered when loading in awasus browser. (sorry not a very good feed/example, was just devised as a test)

I want to include the code in a blog I am creating (http://www.mavb.co.uk/blogger.php).

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Postby support » Mon Oct 13, 2003 10:08 pm

_Buttons wrote:Is there something special you have to include in a web-page so that Awasu spots possible feeds when you open it in the browser window?


Check this test page out: http://www.awasu.com/downloads/1.1.2/test/

Using the LINK tag is the definitive way for a web page to advertise its feed. If none are found, Awasu will then search for *possible* feeds by looking for links that end with .RSS, .XML or .RDF coming from the same domain.

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Postby _Buttons » Tue Oct 14, 2003 10:17 pm

many thanks for such a prompt reply.


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