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  Thursday, April 10, 2008 – Permalink –

Web News

Add news to your site

You can add information from other RSS or Atom sites to your own web page.

FeedSweep from Howell Developments takes care of the scripting. You only have to paste a short piece of code on your page. You can choose which feeds to display.

FeedSweep understands:

  • RSS 1.0 and variants
  • RSS 2.0 and variants
  • Atom 0.3
  • Slashdot Backslash

"Including up-to-date information from other web sites and news services bolsters your site's content and lets your visitors know they can come back to get updates on topics that are related to their interests. FeedSweep is a new, free service that allows anyone to include news feeds on his or her web site.

Create a Basic FeedSweep to browse and preview any of these styles, or create an Advanced FeedSweep and make your own style.

FeedSweep uses industry-standard JavaScript to draw news feed information on to web sites, so it is compatible with all the popular web browsers.

Plus, it's free."

I was pointed here by a reference on Excel News

[Edited entry from 12/1/2004]

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<Doug Klippert@ 5:00 AM

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