Hi,

I'm new to drupal and also using RSS for the first time...Can u please help me on the following issues ?
How to generate RSS feeds using Drupal?
Also, what exactly syndication is doing and how to use syndication module?

Thanks,
Ritu.

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Anonymous’s picture

First consider searching the site first, because this was answered in the forums... yesterday.

There's no extra work required to set up a rss feed. Point your browser to ?q=node/feed and there you have it. :)

As for syndication, it's the act of sharing your content, via RSS/XML feeds or whatever. The syndication.module IIRC needs to DROP some tables, CREATE some others and copying the .module file. It's all in the INSTALL file

nelsoc’s picture

I've got RssReader (http://www.rssreader.com) and Pluck (both free), and neither of them will accept drupal's default generated xml. Can anyone suggest an RSS reader that will works with drupal sites?

Thanks!

Ustas’s picture

Hi.

I use Opera 7.54. It has very nice RSS-reader integrated into its mailer.

Alaska’s picture

Another reader that works and is free for Windows XP is Tristana. Be sure to get the reader as they have other software that is not free.

www.tristana.org

Jim

mike3k’s picture

I use NetNewsWire, www.ranchero.com

It's mac only, though.

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drchaos’s picture

Want one that has grouping control over multiple sources, can read almost every XML/RSS/ATOM related source out there (even the badly formed ones) like: drupal ?

try this sucker out, free:

http://www.download.rocketinfo.com/downloads/RocketRSSbar_setup.zip

It even have desktop and email alerts
it rocks!!

jim, a man of action

Gypsyfrizz’s picture

I use Popuload (http://www.popuload.com, it's free and different from other RSS readers I've come across...can't help but pimp it!) -- it works fine with Drupal sites.

jaxx0rr’s picture

THE LINK IS ?q=rss.xml
YOU BUM

HakimR’s picture

Thanks it is working !!

Alaska’s picture

Just tested the new email client called Thurnderbird and it has a built in RSS reader that works with Drupal RSS feeds. Nothing to install, just add the RSS URL address and it displays the page.

http://www.mozilla.org/products/thunderbird/

And it is FREE!

Jim

Senpai’s picture

I have Thunderbird 1.5.0.10 (Mac) and it steadfastly refuses to add feeds from drupal.org or groups.drupal.org when the RSS Logo links are clicked. Harumph!
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ShaunGreiner’s picture

I use iGoogle for a great deal of my daily feeds.
I also use Firefox 2's Live bookmark feature.

WtheM’s picture

In Drupal 7, you just have to go to /admin/structure/blocks and publish the block named "Newsfeeds". Then you can go to your website and you will see the rss icon in the published position.

Vako’s picture

There's no block (by default) called Newsfeeds

Jaypan’s picture

I think this is the oldest thread I've seen on Drupal. 10 years tomorrow.

Vako’s picture

Oldest thread and still people have similar issues :(
I think the actual code for RSS haven't been updated for the last 10 years.