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Author Topic: Is your favorite site missing an RSS feed?  (Read 2798 times)


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Is your favorite site missing an RSS feed?
« on: October 22, 2006, 09:51:59 PM »
Now you can create one.

Ponyfish is a FREE web-based tool that allows you to create your own RSS feeds from almost any web page.

All you have to do is simply point Ponyfish to the web page you want to create a feed from, then follow a few steps to setup which types of links you want to include in the feed.


Here is the feed I created for the DC Best of Blog:

You don't get summaries of the posts, but you do get the titles and links to them, which is better than nothing at all.

Tip: When creating a custom feed, when it asks you to select links on the page, select the ones that lead to the posts, with the titles of the posts.