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Started by Mr. Jinx, January 15, 2010, 10:10:01 AM
Quote from: Paracelsus on January 16, 2010, 11:50:26 AMWhat I usually do is to create a different feed on Twitterfeed for different board(s) and for each of them I have a unique prefix so that it looks more 'targeted' on Twitter (you can take a look at it at http://twitter.com/forumscp)
Quote from: 2by2host on January 18, 2010, 03:57:26 PMAs an alternative we would like to suggest using our Twitter mod for SMF. It works quite well and even supports Facebook.Regards,2by2host.com team
Quote from: mohd7590 on January 17, 2010, 01:11:58 PMIt says you have like over 10 guests, but all of them are robots from twitter.
Quote from: Prometheus Fire on January 20, 2010, 12:39:25 PMam having trouble formatting my rss feed to be compatible with Pretty URLs Mod. I understand the standard way to exclude my test and admin boards, but since I have pretty urls installed my boards are no longer identified by number. This makes it hard to modify the rss url to exclude the boards that I use as my "junk drawer" that isn't visible to my users and guests.If I can't figure out how to do those exclusions then it'll be tweeting links to my junk drawer.
Quote from: Prometheus Fire on January 20, 2010, 03:00:35 PMAre you using the long text names generated by prettyurls?Are you able to give a sample of your rss url with the prettyurls in it so I can get an idea?For the time being, I've turned off rewriting the boards in pretty and am using this url for my rss feed.http://leafboxtea.com/index.php?type=rss;action=.xml;sa=news;boards=1,2,3,4,8,13,5,7,14,6It checks out when I load it in a browser and a validator (well, there are errors, but nothing that should interfere with tweetfeed).However, my test hasn't proven itself since tweetfeed has yet to push out my test posts.