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Lfernandez79@gmail.com
06-14-2007, 08:42 PM
Hi everyone,
I'm building my first web page with BlueVoda and i have a question, How can I post news from any webpage onto my web page and update them automalically, is that posible? Advise please

Girlonthehill
06-14-2007, 10:59 PM
Please refer to this earlier post: http://www.vodahost.com/vodatalk/adding-elements-your-website/22235-adding-rss-my-site.html?highlight=feeds

Vasili
06-14-2007, 11:18 PM
Keep in mind that even with the recently increased Band allotted per account, Terms of Service (http://www.vodahost.com/tos.htm) still apply.....

9) Resource Usage
Users may not initiate the following:
a) Use 5% or more of system resources (This included CPU and memory) There are numerous activities that could cause such problems; these include: CGI scripts, FTP, PHP, HTTP, etc. If this clause is breached it will trigger an auto-kill failsafe mechanism on the server which will auto suspend the violating account.

(and I do not know for sure if feeddigest qualifies as a "proxy script" or not: proxy scripts are expressly forbidden)

Girlonthehill
06-14-2007, 11:22 PM
Keep in mind that even with the recently increased Band allotted per account, Terms of Service (http://www.vodahost.com/tos.htm) still apply.....

9) Resource Usage
Users may not initiate the following:
a) Use 5% or more of system resources (This included CPU and memory) There are numerous activities that could cause such problems; these include: CGI scripts, FTP, PHP, HTTP, etc. If this clause is breached it will trigger an auto-kill failsafe mechanism on the server which will auto suspend the violating account.

(and I do not know for sure if feeddigest qualifies as a "proxy script" or not: proxy scripts are expressly forbidden)

Ever so slight overkill, EV. We have had RSS on Days of Blunder for years and have never had any problems. EVER.

Vasili
06-14-2007, 11:44 PM
A good thing!
So is being aware of different sides of the coin, right? Just in case the learning curve needs to be wider for some??

Girlonthehill
06-15-2007, 02:08 AM
A good thing!
So is being aware of different sides of the coin, right? Just in case the learning curve needs to be wider for some??

You're right, but it can be a little overpowering and even scary to a newbie, my friend. LOL Be gentle. Lol

Lfernandez79@gmail.com
06-16-2007, 12:06 AM
Thank you so much and I'm sorry, I didn't notice there are a couple of thread about the same question that I had, I did a little search and now I'm able to post news from diffrents web page, thanks again...

Leonardo

jsnodgra
07-04-2007, 10:04 AM
Hi I've followed the threads advised here and they're great for java rss but it's php rss that I'm after. I've read the thread that dealt with this issue, but as it was about to be sorted the thread disappears as the person helping dealt with it direct.

Well I have the exact same problem. The Apache server has new handlers for htm and html server-parsed, I have a rssfeeds.php file with the appropriate php script and have pasted
<!--#include virtual="/rssfeeds.php" -->
into a blank pages html.

But to no avail.

Anyone got any thoughts as its turning my hair grey!

John Snodgrass
www.npda.co.uk (http://www.npda.co.uk)