I've read everything on this site about RSS feeds and I've made one for www.heemschut.nl/flevoland. It validates ;-)) I thought it would be nice to use different feeds for different (sub)sites to enhance the main siet without much work. But now I'm stuck.
RSS Feeds are usually used to provide information to end-users who read them with special "aggregators". Think of it as a way to make a non-Web information stream available. I've got a bunch of links at http://www.larkware.com/RSS/RSS_Resources.aspx - browse around and you'll get the idea.
So you can't use a RSS feed as a source for another part of a website, maintained by someone else. That is a pity, but I understandmore of it now. Tanks for the pointers.
Actually you can, Menno-it's a little bit complicated, but there are tools and scripts to make it easier. Go to http://gils.utah.gov/rss/ and scroll down to where it says "Parse and Display Your RSS Channel on Your Site". You will find a wealth of information and links there.
BTW-I found that on Mike Gunderloy's list of RSS Resources, which is invaluable. Thanks Mike!
Thanks for the pointers. I will check them out and see if I can get something to work. If I succeed I will let you know. That could be after my holiday, as I will be leaving in a week and have a lot to do before I leave.
I've done a lot of reading and experimenting and I think I've collected quite a few nice enhancements that you can use in CityDesk. After my holidays I will summarize all I've found and find a way to publish it here. It's a cool feature!
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