Although the full content of the posts is available in the website feed, until today I had been limiting the content (to just the post’s summary) that would be retrieved by UniversalFeedParser, which is the user agent string the PlanetPlanet software uses. This was done so that any buttons or ads do not appear in [...]
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In the previous post, I had written a few things about my intention to make the full content and not just the summaries of the posts available through the feeds (RSS or Atom). This was a hard decision as I’ve always considered feeds as a medium for notifying readers that the content of the website [...]
Syndicated content has almost become the standard way of distributing web content nowadays. WordPress can deliver its content in various different feed formats -RSS 2.0, Atom 1.0, RDF, RSS 0.92- and can generate feeds for both the published posts -grouped by time, category, tag, author etc- and the comments that have been submitted by readers. [...]
Recently, I had written a post about WordPress 2.2.1 always delivering full content with the author feeds, ignoring the publisher’s settings. I deliberately had not disclosed much information about the issue, not because it was security related, but due to the fact that it could make the content leechers’ job easier and cleaner. Now, that [...]
G-Loaded! has always been a supporter of the Atom Syndication Format, more specifically of the Atom 1.0 Specification, because of its flexibility and extended features. Although this specification has been around for quite a while now, it has not been fully adobted by the major web indexing services or by popular web applications yet.
This plugin intends to become the only tool a user will need in order to set a Creative Commons License for a WordPress blog and control the inclusion or display of the license information into the blog pages or the syndication feeds. All configuration is done from a page in the administration panel.
This WordPress plugin allows pre-defined bots to index the full content of your posts through the RSS and Atom feeds. Obviously, it could be useful only to those who serve summaries of their posts.
This article describes how to quickly convert the default Atom 0.3 feed that WordPress v1.5.2 produces to the Atom 1.0 Specification. It also provides some brief info about enhancing the Atom feed with RSS extension modules.