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How can i convert RSS to HTML on webpage?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Atlas, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. Atlas

    Atlas Regular Member

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    Looking for a script that converts RSS to HTML that i can embed in a static php webpage. Its important that it is not a javascript based script, but true html output. Also not looking for a widget or remotely hosted.

    I tried Feed2Html, which was shit. Anyone have experience with this?
     
  2. BlackMelvyn

    BlackMelvyn Regular Member

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    Try simplepie ;)
    That's easy to handle and it'll do what you want ;)
     
  3. evamenders

    evamenders Power Member

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    just saw those 2 pages in google
    never try them

    1- http://www.extralabs.net/feed2html.htm
    2-http://www.rssfeedconverter.com/

    good luck
     
  4. raj564

    raj564 Regular Member

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    probably the best one on the market is:
    Code:
    http://www.geckotribe.com/rss/carp
    he's pretty hardcore on adding more functionality to his scripts and gives really good examples on how to use it.
     
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    I've got CaRP. It works like a champ. No problems at all.
     
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    LazyAffiliate BANNED BANNED

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    I attached a very easy to use parser, it's made specially for XSP but will work on all html pages (use .htaccess).
     

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  7. Atlas

    Atlas Regular Member

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    After many hours of searching and testing, i have found the best solution yet!

    This uses MagPIE as the foundation and is super simple to use once setup. The nice thing about this setup is that you dont have to use "templates" and you're not limited to one feed or any other restrictions. All you have to do is upload a folder and paste a piece of code anywhere on your page.

    Heres how to get started and setup, Go to: http://woork.blogspot.com/2007/10/from-feed-rss-to-html.html

    And click the "http://www.box.net/shared/09335i1m6g" link

    Then, just upload everything to your server and test it out with the "index.php" file. Once you're comfortable using it all you have to do is add the code below to any part of your webpage and you have your HTML feed (you can use this on any number of pages, just change the $url part for a new feed)!

    PHP:
    <? php
    require_once('parser/rss_fetch.inc');
    $url 'http://feeds.feedburner.com/Woork';
    $rss fetch_rss$url );
    echo 
    "Title: " $rss->channel['title'];
    echo 
    "<ul>";
    foreach (
    $rss->items as $item) {
    echo 
    "<li>""<a href=\""$item['link'] ."\">"$item['title'] ."</a></li>";
    }
    echo 
    "</ul>";
    ?>
    If you want to customize it more you can add other parts of the feed like the description part. Just add this code under "title" part:

    PHP:
    echo "<p>".$item['description'] ."</p><br>";
    Im excited, i cant wait to start mashing together RSS feeds and displaying all that free content on my sites! If you have some local sites and want to display stuff for sale like cars, real estate, apartments etc. oodle.com is a good site to grab feeds from, they pull from a bunch of different sources and their RSS include images.
     
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