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disky
RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/5 12:11

  • disky

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Hi there

Is there some functionality in WfSection to generate a RSS feed to other sites ?

Or do i have to make it myself ?

Best regards
Søren Reinke
http://www.bluehorizons.dk


p.s. The site mentioned above is using XOOPS

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disky
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/5 19:20

  • disky

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Has no one ever tried to make a RSS feed from WFSection ?

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ohwada
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/27 6:02

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Please try this.
RSS 1.1 : XOOPS extention

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Stewdio
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/27 7:10

  • Stewdio

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Quote:

ohwada wrote:
Please try this.
RSS 1.1 : XOOPS extention


A very timely release ohwada, thanks for this useful information!

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mikeh
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/27 9:06

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bopcomments also offers rss for wfsection along with other modules

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disky
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/29 12:58

  • disky

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Thanks i'll take a look at it very soon.

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Big_Bro
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/3/30 17:19

  • Big_Bro

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I have tried to install the RSS feed but the install doc isn't very clear to me, could someone tell me where I am supposed to upload these files exactly? I made the php changes I needed but have no idea where the files should go...

Anyone?

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Big_Bro
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/4/2 6:17

  • Big_Bro

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Anyone? I need the ability to syndicate xfsections somehow, thanks

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kenogui
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/4/2 7:48

  • kenogui

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easy,

1/ put in modules/xfsection/include the file "data.inc.php" given by the RSS mod. package
2/ if XFsection is not supported by this mod (I haven't checked) adapt the SQL queries to xfsection tables
3/ upload rss package include files and images into XOOPS-ROOT-PATH/include and images
4/ change the array line 41 in rss.php to values you want (which modules need rss syndication, in your case -> xfsection + whatever you want)
5/ upload rss.php into XOOPS root folder
6/ put the RSS.png image link where you want on your site, and make it a link to rss.php
7/ anyone who wants to syndicate your info will use http://www.yourdomain.com/rss.php into his RSS reader and will give back your xfsection infos

that's it

clear enough ?

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Big_Bro
Re: RSS from WfSection
  • 2004/4/9 2:56

  • Big_Bro

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Thank you, that answered my questions on the file placement and it worked (at least for the news block) the first time. I still cannot get xfsections to display though, I have changed the include to display only xfsection but all I get is the main news stories.

In the include file the DB call to xfsections is as follows:

$sql "SELECT * FROM ".$xoopsDB->prefix("xfs_article")." ORDER BY published DESC";
    
$result $xoopsDB->query($sql,$limit,$offset);


My actual database table is named xoops_xfs_article however, is the above code correct to access the full table name? (I don't know PHP)

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