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    Hello.

    Such as RSS readers... i also use google desktop than can read RSS feeds and displays the topic from the site it is from..

    Is there a way i can use an RSS provided by a site to put on my website.. so once it is updated the page will display the latest news and so on?

    Such as ds, if i put the ds feed on my page.. once a new story is published it will display on my site

    possible?

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    That's exactly what RSS is for. Google RSS display.
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    but that doesnt answer my question at all

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    Yes, it does. The answer is yes.
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    RSS feeds are XML; most server-side languages like PHP, Ruby, Perl, ASP.NET, etc, provide tools to read XML files if you know the structure. Since RSS has a defined, standardized structure (more or less), reading these feeds is doable. Most of the aforementioned languages also have libraries that ease reading RSS even more. A simple google search for the relevant language and RSS feed parsing should get you what you need.


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