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Started by Mr. Jinx, January 15, 2010, 10:10:01 AM
QuoteOver 90% of all computer problems can be traced back to the interface between the keyboard and the chair
QuoteFeedurl A feed needs to contain publish dates or GUIDs in order to work with twitterfeed, see http://help.twitterfeed.com/knowledgebase/articles/88117-twitterfeed-says-we-couldn-t-find-valid-date-time
Quote1. Take a look at your feed - is there a date/time showing on every item in the feed? If not, you may be using an older version of RSS (0.92) which doesn't include publish dates. Your blog will probably provide the same feed in RSS 2.0 or Atom 1.0 format (both of which contain publish dates), so try and find the feed URL for the RSS 2.0 or Atom feed (see "How do I find my feed URL" above if you have difficulty finding the feed URLs)2. The dates need to be in a specific, valid format in order to be read correctly. If your feed does contain date/time stamps but you still get the above message, try entering your feed URL at feedvalidator.org - this is a useful online tool which can show common problems with feeds, including invalid date formats.
Quote<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><smf:xml-feed xmlns:smf="http://www.simplemachines.org/" xmlns="http://www.simplemachines.org/xml/members" xml:lang="nl-NL.utf8">
QuoteThe list stays empty on my site.
Quote from: Black Tiger on December 15, 2015, 08:25:17 PMNext to that I would like to welcome new users so I use this line as in the example as rss feed:Code Select Expandhttp://www.mydomain.com/forum/index.php?action=.xml;sa=members;limit=5However, twitterfeed gives an error notice with this one:QuoteFeedurl A feed needs to contain publish dates or GUIDs in order to work with twitterfeed, see http://help.twitterfeed.com/knowledgebase/articles/88117-twitterfeed-says-we-couldn-t-find-valid-date-time