Publishing RSS feeds


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Publishing RSS feeds

Until about 12 years ago, you had to go directly to a web site to get information from it, but the movement widely known as Web 2.0 encouraged more interactivity among sites so that now, for example, you can read someone's diary post on livejournal.com without leaving facebook.com. In fact, you can read a lot of the same content in an e-mail reader or on your mobile phone. The main thing that makes this happen is called RSS, which is short for Really Simple Syndication. I swear I'm not making that up. That's really what it stands for.

I won't go into the detail of how it works or how to read information through RSS. For that just search the lynda.com site for videos about RSS. The important thing for us is that Drupal Gardens publishes your content as RSS feeds. This video shows you how it does that. First, let's talk about how Drupal Gardens publishes your information. In short, anywhere on your site whether is a collection of nodes, for example here on the front page, D...

Publishing RSS feeds
Video duration: 6m 40s 6h 6m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 10, 2011

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Publishing RSS feeds provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Tom Geller as part of the Drupal Gardens Essential Training

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