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Started by Oldiesmann, January 20, 2005, 12:55:32 PM
Quote from: poveyjo on April 23, 2008, 02:52:27 AMHi, Back on page 5 of this thread, Carla asked the following:"Is there a way to create an RSS feed of a single topic?. For example this one that we're reading. Can it be downloaded it as an RSS feed?. I wrote the URL and the XML option at the end but I keep getting the whole forum RSS feed.Best regards,Carla"Someone else asked it again later in the thread, but I haven't seen any answers. is there a way to do this?I tried topic=x, but that didn't seem to work. Any ideas?Many thanks
Quote from: Ricky. on December 13, 2008, 05:33:39 PMWell, I went into the same need and reading all stuff, I think feed for single topic is not available. Can be good addition to RSS feature of smf.
Quote from: jglonek on December 16, 2008, 01:02:43 PMAlright, this question as it probably seems.. I know I can add options at the end of the URL to change the feed settings.But, if I go to Google Reader and put in say, http://www.gadvoutpost.com/home.php?action=.xml;sa=news;board=19;limit=10Google Reader doesn't have a clue what I want to do.But if I put in "www.gadvoutpost.com" into Google Reader, it finds a feed fine and starts working.Problem is, that feed is the default display last 5 posts thing. Where in the actual PHP files can I go to change what the default RSS feed is that is being picked up when someone enters "www.gadvoutpost.com" as the feed address? I want to set it to look at only 2 boards, and show news only.
Quote from: Oldiesmann on January 20, 2005, 12:55:32 PMOne of the best features in SMF is its news feeds. However, many people aren't aware of how many options there are, or that this is even available. So, here's a list of available options and what they do...
Quote from: xerson on August 01, 2005, 11:41:51 AMQuote from: inthe80s on February 11, 2005, 12:46:42 PMI actually want the most recently updated topics, not the posts themselves. I guess I could do that by ignoring duplicate topics. That is I actually got a response from the server for the appropriate board.I found an answer on that.Find News.php go to the function getXmlNews($rss)then change AND m.ID [nofollow]_MSG = t.ID [nofollow]_FIRST_MSGintoAND m.ID [nofollow]_MSG = t.ID [nofollow]_LAST_MSGThis will sort on the last post of the topic and not the first. So the topic with the most recent post will be shown at top.
Quote from: inthe80s on February 11, 2005, 12:46:42 PMI actually want the most recently updated topics, not the posts themselves. I guess I could do that by ignoring duplicate topics. That is I actually got a response from the server for the appropriate board.