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Thread: Cool feature

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    Hello,

    if you take a look at the site http://www.itsaboutgaa.com/home.php there is an rss feature where you can pick which feeds you want to dispaly, does anyone know how to implement this? I have never seen this before but its very cool.

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    Do you really want to know about RSS, or is this an attempt
    to get people to click to that website?

    I ask because you can use Google ( RSS Feeds tutorial ) to get your answer.

    We don't allow spamming or phishing for clicks on this forum ...
    If you can't eleborate some more with your post, I'll delete it.


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    No it was a serious question, I have nothing to do with that site. Basically they have a box which shots RSS feeds from a newspaper., They also have a button you can click and then you have the option of adding more feeds which will then be displayed on the page. I thought it was very cool but have never seen it before.

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    OK, I see now.

    I don't see the button though ... that you can add more feeds?


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    to add new feeds u click on add new box. any idea on how to do this?

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    It looks like they do it using cookies and an RSS Feed Reader.

    I think they're using cookies because it remembers the Feeds even without logging in.

    You select the feeds you want to appear within that pop-up window.
    Then another script is called that grabs your selections and makes cookies.

    Another script saves those cookies and returns back to "home.php",
    at which time, the PHP script that dynamically creates that page,
    checks your cookies and displays the RSS Feed if needed.

    Are you not sure about the cookie thing, or the RSS Feed thing?

    For the RSS Reader, see:
    http://magpierss.sourceforge.net/

    or, using DOM:
    http://blog.phpdeveloper.org/?p=16

    PHP Cookies:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&s...es&btnG=Search



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