Skip to main content

Publish an HTML Based Feed

Occasionally, you may want to include your blog in an external web site. There are many ways to do this, depending upon how much work you are willing to do, and what you want the web site to look like when you're done. One of the easiest ways to do this, in my experience, is to include the feed from your blog, in the web site. Unfortunately, not all web servers can handle newsfeeds, directly.

When you're faced with this limitation, just publish your blog feed through FeedBurner. In FeedBurner, select "Publicize", then "BuzzBoost". The BuzzBoost option will let you publish your feed as HTML code, and give you a few useful options to let you show your feed in ways that your readers will appreciate.

Just add the HTML provided by FeedBurner to a post, or the template, on your web site.

>> Top

Comments

NurseN said…
thanks. wow, appreciate this so much. i'd been looking for a way to do this and i found yours in google! thanks to google and you. XD
This was a huge help for me. Far too many sites had the wrong information to do the posting. This site explained it simply.
Las Ratnayake said…
Thanks for answering my question on Blogger. Much appreciated.
claudia said…
thank u! clear, easy and it works...
David Guido said…
Exactly what I needed. Thanks!
www.davidguido.com

Popular posts from this blog

Stats Components Are Significant, In Their Own Context

One popular Stats related accessory, which displays pageview information to the public, is the "Popular Posts" gadget.

Popular Posts identifies from 1 to 10 of the most popular posts in the blog, by comparing Stats pageview counts. Optional parts of the display of each post are a snippet of text, and an ever popular thumbnail photo.

Like many Stats features, blog owners have found imaginative uses for "Popular Posts" - and overlook the limitations of the gadget. Both the dynamic nature of Stats, and the timing of the various pageview count recalculations, create confusion, when Popular Posts is examined.

Free Domain Registration By "UNONIC" Is Fraudulent

Blogger blog owners, like everybody else, like to save money.

Some blog owners prefer to save money when registering a custom domain, for their blogs. We've seen several free domain registration services, providing what is claimed to be a two level Top Level Domain "co.xx" (where "xx" == various country codes).

The latest in this ongoing story appears to be "net.tf" - and 13 other "top level domains".There is also an additional free service offering third-level .tf domains, under the name United Names Organisation. They occupy 14 second-level domains, including .eu.tf, .us.tf, .net.tf, and .edu.tf. They are run by the same company as smartdots.com, and are given away as URL redirections.