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No Full RSS, So Live With Summaries?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by macpaulos, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. macpaulos

    macpaulos Regular Member

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    Hey,

    Having trouble finding Full Rss Feeds for my niche. I tried looking at yahoo pipes for a converter, but most are broken or require some kind of degree (not just simply putting in an URL).

    So my question is this to all who already have a blog.....

    Should I simply live with the summary RSS feeds and stop trying to kill myself over full RSS feeds?

    Thanks for your wisdom :p
     
  2. kijkij

    kijkij Regular Member

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    See one of my threads. I have posted a script to pull full content from rss summaries.
     
  3. leprakhauns

    leprakhauns Registered Member

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    Sometimes you need to get the link and go right to the page for it to take the full content.
     
  4. adbox

    adbox Power Member

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    BlogSense can scrape full rss from partial, just like yahoo pipes but easier.
    There is also wpscraper, and like kijkij above says there are some other options floating around here, but I haven't checked them out yet and dont know how reliable they are.
     
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  5. macpaulos

    macpaulos Regular Member

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    Would any of your scripts/components work with Joomla, and if I may cheeky enough to ask....How would I do that?
     
  6. adbox

    adbox Power Member

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    No not yet. I'm considering redeveloping blogsense for joomla one day but right now I just cant find the time.
     
  7. white92

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    deign23 Regular Member

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    hey, men. if you're using joomla AG to fetch feed just enable the JCE popup plugin to let visitors view the source site.

    anyway, they are still inside your site. it's one way of giving back to the author their right for their content.
     
  9. postcd

    postcd BANNED BANNED

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    Thank you for a usefull post. Please can be BlogSense downloaded for free somewhere? i did not found it.
     
  10. adbox

    adbox Power Member

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    No I'm sorry, its not available for free and is also on the DNS list (do not share). But it is available cheap if you go monthly route, and also a very large discount is offered to BHW members (follow sig).
     
  11. brainet77

    brainet77 Junior Member

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    if the rss provide full summary, then most of rss grabber can grab full content