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RSS options

PHP Generator for MySQL provides support for full-fledged RSS feeds based on a page data source. To retrieve a generated RSS feed, click the appropriate button as shown below.

 

 

The URL that provides the RSS feed for a page stored in the mypage.php file is as follows:

http://www.mysite.com/mypage.php?operation=rss

 

Live example is available in the NBA demo.

 

Adding an RSS feed to a page

To add an RSS feed to a page, open the Page Properties dialog, switch to the Common -> RSS tab, turn ON the Enable checkbox above the grid and provide values for the edit fields as described below.

 

Channel title

Defines the title of the channel.

 

Channel link

Defines the hyperlink to the channel.

 

Channel description

Describes the channel.

 

Item title template

Defines the title of the item.

 

Item link template

Defines the hyperlink to the item.

 

Item description template

Describes the item.

 

Item publication date field

This field is optional. Defines the last publication date for the content of the feed.

 

For more details see the RSS specification.

 



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