Monday, May 4, 2009

Transforming rss feeds into xtml to put onto web site?

i have yahoo 360 but im trying to put a feed to certain news onto my yahoo 360 page and ti says this to do

Go to your other blog or personal web site and look for a little orange button like this: . This shows that you can syndicate your content via RSS. Usually, this clickable button links directly to an RSS file. (The page looks like raw code, but don't let it scare you!)

To add the RSS URL to your Yahoo! 360° Feeds module, right-click on the orange XML button to "Copy Shortcut." Or click on the "XML" button and use "Ctrl-C" on your keyboard to copy the URL found in the address bar of your browser.

Use "Ctrl-V" to paste the URL into the field above. When you're done, click the "Save" button below.

but there isnt a xtml button on the news page after i press the rss feed button can somebody helo me and tell me how in detail

Transforming rss feeds into xtml to put onto web site?
There are two methods mentioned:

1. Right-click on the RSS button and then "Copy Shortcut."

~ OR ~

2. Click on the RSS button and then copy the address from the web address bar.

It seems like you got a little confused. They're actually two different things to do. So just copy the address of that page instead of trying to find another button in it. (By the way, some sites use an RSS buttons and others use an XML button. They both work.)

Then you can paste the web address onto your 360 feeds list, and you'll be ready to go.
Reply:No problem. ;D Report It

Reply:It is confusing cause I tried to right click the RSS button to shortcut copy the feed but nothing happened but how do you paste the web site in the address bar? Report It

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