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Combining Feeds And Labels, To Get Feeds From Labels

I've written about the feeds from your blog, and I've written about labels in your blog.

Both features are very useful, in organising content from your blog. And we can combine the two, to publish targeted blog content, using a feed based upon a label.

This blog is
This blog uses labels - and provides label feeds, to help you get the most benefit.

You could look at my posts about Blog Feeds, using


Or, you could subscribe to a feed about Blog Feeds, using


Complementing the Blog Feed label and feed, consider the Labels label and feed.

Look at the Labels post index page.

You could look at my posts about Labels, using


Subscribe to the Labels feed, using a newsfeed reader.

Or, you could subscribe to a feed about Labels, using


"Blog Feed" and "Labels" are simply 2 labels used in this blog. Right now, I have 930 different labels, on my Labels Index page "Topics",


You may view my "Topics" page, to examine a complete list.

Understand the case sensitive nature of labels.

Note the syntax elements, for addressing a label feed, are very very precise.
  • "http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/" is the blog.
  • "feeds/posts/default/-/" is the essential labels feed syntax.
  • "Blog%20Feed" is the label "Blog Feed".
  • "Labels" is the label "Labels".

Note that labels - and feed URLs - are case sensitive. Compare both links, below.


Use a labels feed, in many different ways.

A labels feed is one more possibility in combining your blog with a second blog, or with a web site - or, possibly, creating a subset of the blog.

Comments

Steph S. said…
THANK YOU!!!! exactly what i needed
yeahh!! why didnt i ever think of it?? thank youuuuuuu

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