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MommaSuperstar

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Registered: 01/31/05
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I have Geeklog on my site, and also run other parts of my site outside of geeklog... just regular web pages html. I like the portal blocks in Geeklog that allow you to display the latest entries from RSS/atom xml feeds and want that same functionality on a couple other pages in my site that aren't incorporated into the Geeklog system on my site. Does anyone know a simple code I can put on one of my web pages that will display the most recent entries of an feed like those portal PHP blocks do w/ RSS/atom xml?? I know how to use the PHP blocks in geeklog to do that (just select "portal block" and enter the feed url)... is there also a code some one could give me to display that same type of info. on one of my web pages??
-MommaSuperstar :O)
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sammykrupa

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Registered: 12/05/04
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You need a XML parser. Try this.
Sam Krupa
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MommaSuperstar

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SUPER GRATEFUL, excellent link, THANKS!! Very Happy Big Celebration Chest-Slam Celebration
-MommaSuperstar :O)
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Dirk

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There are various ways to wrap existing pages into Geeklog. See the discussion here, for example.

bye, Dirk
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