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Thread: moblog rss feed

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    Hi, i have a moblog at www.ainsleehooper.com/easymoblog-0.5.1/ and I want to have a feed to my main site where the user can see the most recent picture there. I have worked out how to do a feed but how do i include the image when the name changes each time the phone sends to the site? thanks in advance, Ainslee

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    check out www.ainsleehooper.com/layout/layout.php worked out how to do it !

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    Would be nice, as RSS is a niche topic here. (not many people exploit XML functionality)
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    am i able to post code here? It's a short php code that a friendly guy wrote on the fly for me in a matter of minutes! If i am, i'll paste it all for you to see If not please let me know how else I should display it cheers, Ainslee

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    p.s. is there anyway that i cn get links to wrap so that they actually stay within that column? i'm thinking if I stretch the column it'll throw the rest out of whack, thanks, Ainslee

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    ok, so i've worked out that i can change the css of the blog layout so it actually fits in the column rather than stretching the column. I think i'll just make it so the links don't show for each item. How do i make sure there's some space between the column border and text? thanks, Ainslee

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    You'd need to add padding on your #lh_col object, like so:

    Code:
    #lh-col{
     position: absolute;
     top: 20px;
     left: 20px;
     width: 180px;
     border: 1px solid #333333;
     background: #FFFFFF;
     color: #333333;
     margin: 0px;
     padding: 10px 0px 10px 0px;
    }
    The numbers on the padding attribute go round the object in a clockwise direction, so the first number is the padding at the top, the second is on the right, third at the bottom and fourth on the left.

    Padding basically 'pads out' the content of your object.
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