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jeremy 10-12-2001 03:26 PM

You can now syndicate LinuxQuestions.org content
 
That's right. You can now grab the latest 10 thread titles and add them to your site. I am using RSS 0.91. Just grab your favorite RSS parser and include http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/backend.php as your news source. Feel free to post if you have any questions.

We now also have an Atom feed: http://www.linuxquestions.org/syndicate/lqatom.atom

--jeremy

trickykid 10-13-2001 10:01 PM

cool, i will have to add this to one of my sites once i get it all completed on everything else i need to do with it....

jeremy 10-16-2001 01:18 PM

A few people have contacted me saying that they were interested in putting the latest LinuxQuestions.org threads on their site, but they do not know how to setup an RSS script. Now RSS is the standard synication method, but I try to be accommodating ;)

To include the latest 10 thread title as a bulleted list simply insert the following code into your page:
Code:

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=JavaScript SRC="http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/js.php"></script>
BTW - if you do decide to put set this up feel free to drop me a line so I can take a look at your site. Thanks.

--jeremy

unSpawn 10-30-2001 09:21 AM

Thnx Jeremy, now Im using RSS, and I was wondering how hard would it be to implement having the first 2 sentences added, instead of showing just the posts title?
I know, there's pros and cons, and ppl usually dont get to the point before sentence 10 :-]
But, would it be hard to add?

jeremy 11-07-2001 12:18 PM

A put this on the TODO list.

--jeremy

Aussie 12-06-2001 04:53 AM

Done....2nd box on the right at p-two.net.

graystarr 01-05-2002 11:18 PM

rss
 
Just wanted to say thanks! It works great

check it out in action

http://www.graystarr.com

Noerr 05-26-2002 07:32 AM

You should put those messeges to usenet as well, since may of linux people are using newsgroups and discuss there mostly.

danrees 05-26-2002 08:30 AM

Jeremy, that's a great idea to boost traffic.

A shame I don't have a website to put your content up on. :p

Goatdemon 12-06-2002 05:00 PM

p2 is a nice site, good job. (i didnt inspect the content though)

nouse66 03-04-2003 08:45 PM

why dont you use that feature on THIS site? i think it would be much more usefull than having the "security rep" stuff at the top.

nouse66 03-15-2003 12:25 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by nouse66
why dont you use that feature on THIS site? i think it would be much more usefull than having the "security rep" stuff at the top.
i guess no one likes this idea....

Crashed_Again 05-07-2003 01:30 AM

Ummm...I was messing around with postnuke last night and so far of come up with this. I think the linuxquestions.org section is the coolest part of the page. Thats pretty neat Jeremy. Thanks!

trickykid 05-07-2003 02:03 AM

Yeah, you can see my LQ.org in action on my personal site here: http://www.trickykid.org/main.html

Azmeen 05-23-2003 10:10 AM

Is there any chance you would generate forum-specific backends? I would love to grab headlines of the latest posts in the Slack forum.

Thanks in advance!


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