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I ought to be something else, but have been bothered by two items regarding our often used RSS2JS (allows humans to use RSS by cut and past JavaScript, processed by a PHP middle ware script). It hinged upon the defunct,...



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CDB Entry: Prototype for New RSS to JavaScript Code

Thu, 13 May 2004 12:06:01 -0700

I ought to be something else, but have been bothered by two items regarding our often used RSS2JS (allows humans to use RSS by cut and past JavaScript, processed by a PHP middle ware script). It hinged upon the defunct,...



comment by: Sergio Vargas

Sat, 15 May 2004 18:33:03 -0700

Alan: I broke my head with RSS feeds via Java as posted. Your side is nice documented, running the rss2js.php from your server is ok and looks as I want, but switching to my server do not display anything. I checked the code but I did not find the problem. Second problem was soon as inserted the java script on my page it jumps to the provider highest level (I want ART and CULTURE news, but on my page it shows Breaking News. HTML alone is OK just display the right parser...

I found you are re-writting the code again, I'm very interested in get it or just drop me an advice.

Only what I want is display the RSS
on my site http://www.vialin.com

http://www.moreover.com/cgi-local/page?o=rss&c=Arts%20and%20culture%20news


You article is one of the most useful around.
Sergio




comment by: Sergio

Mon, 17 May 2004 19:55:49 -0700

I tried Alan's script to catch my Culture news at my site San Cristobal Antiques. Alan answered all my questions and I had my site live with a clean configurable solution.
Other solutions are not very friendly or lack of documentation. I adapted the script with Grab and Save script in other to catch the news on mysql database.
Hope it works for you, too.
Sergio Vargas




comment by: Satyajeet

Thu, 20 May 2004 23:44:09 -0700

Hi,

sorry for sounding dumb , but im unable to find the rss2js.php script for download

can you point me to the link and if possible mail it to me?

Thanks




comment by: Alan Levine

Fri, 21 May 2004 00:58:53 -0700

The current version is available at:
http://jade.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/feed/rss2js.zip

However, the newer version should be available maybe Wednesday next week.