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Old 10th May 2006, 14:51   #41
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feed is sync'ed, can you verify on your end?

nvm, it's here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/madshrimps/
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Feedburner doesn't let me see your xml source, but i think you used 'pubdate' instead of 'pubDate'. The latter is correct and xml is case-sensitiv

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nevermind, you used pubDate. : )

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rss uses the 'pubDate' tag, but your syndication feed is not rss but atom, i overlooked that.

atom feeds should have a '{published}2000-01-01T01:00:00Z{/published}' field, not a {pubDate} field.
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hmmm.. it should work though if you use RSS feed reader

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I parse the rss feeds against their official dtd xml schema reference. It may be some rss readers are fault-tolerant, but your rss xml scheme is not valid atom 1.0. : /

Does feedburner build your rss feed, of can you specify the tags yourself? If not, can you choose the rss type (atom or rss)?

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Feedburner's smartburn should auto set the type... I will force RSS 2.0
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aah, the rss 2.0 feed works excellent. No more errors, correct date. : )

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It works, but all your content fields are limited to 100 or so characters? They all end in '...'.
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yes they are (limit=200), if I post a pagelong press release I don't want it to be published through RSS completely, it screws up the layout and increases overall size

I've added a "..click to read more." taggie.
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hmm okay, i see your point. I can't publish 'half' a newsposts though...

will your madshrimp specific rssfeed feature complete content?
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I've added a "..click to read more." taggie. and max size in now 300.
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