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XML reader

FictionNet asked 1 year ago
I’m trying to find an XML reader so I can display an XML feed on one of my pages.

I’ve never done this before so I searched for some info and it seems that MagpieRSS is quite popular but when I download it (in tar format), there are no files found when I unzip.

6 Answers
M.D answered 1 year ago
There are many free scripts that can do this.. try free scripts resources such as xhttp://www.hotscripts.com/

try to find a script that keeps a cached copy of the feed on your server and updates it based on a predefined interval. This will help you keep your site loading speed as fast as possible as well as save you from unneeded extra bandwidth costs.

Doolally answered 1 year ago
This site might help : xhttp://www.rss-specifications.com/display-rss.htm

FictionNet answered 1 year ago
Thx. Taking a look.

This is the feed I’m trying to display on my site:
http://banners.willhill.com/xml/viewxml.asp?tcs=true&sport=HR&style=10

answered 1 year ago
Magpie is excellent and widely used – and free. Its PHP and pretty easy to install and very versatile.

http://magpierss.sourceforge.net/

FictionNet answered 1 year ago
I tried Magpie but when I download it (in tar format), there are no files found when I unzip.

kwblue answered 1 year ago
Magpie is definitely the best open source version… I would shoot on over to Sourceforge.net and try to re-download that one.