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Yahoo Pipes - Having Issues! Need some help.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by deliz, May 12, 2011.

  1. deliz

    deliz Registered Member

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    Hey I can't seem to figure this one out. Maybe you guys can help me.

    How do I join or append an rss url to an already existing url so the resulting rss feed like this: MysiteTheirsite

    Example

    My site url looks like this: "www.mysite.com/load.php?="

    Their site (which pumps out the rss feed) outputs a ton of this:

    "hxxp://www.theirsite.com/bunch-of-text"

    "hxxp://www.theirsite.com/more-bunch-of-text"
    etc.

    So how do I get yahoo pipes to put my site "www.mysite.com/load.php?=" in front of their urls per each rss update and then output a new rss feed? What operators need to be used for doing this?

    I'm trying to get the end result to look like this:

    "hxxp://www.mysite.com/load.php?= hxxp://www.theirsite.com/bunch-of-text"

    "hxxp://www.mysite.com/load.php?= hxxp://www.theirsite.com/more-bunch-of-text" (no spaces)

    See? Both sites are now joined, ready for twitterfeed to tweet out the new links on autopilot. How do you do this in yahoo pipes?
     
  2. deliz

    deliz Registered Member

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    anyone know?