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  1. I am confused about the use of the <link> and <enclosure> subelements of the <item> subelement. The difference between the <link> subelements of the <channel> and <item> elements appears clear, but the difference between the <link> and <enclosure> subelements of the <item> subelement are difficult to understand. For example, if your RSS feed contained a long series of <item> subelements with each referring to a different podcast, why would you need both a <link> and <enclosure> for the same <item> subelement. <channel> <link></link> <item> <link></link> <enclosure></enclosure> </item> </channel>
  2. colon in the enclosure tag for RSS

    below is an enclosure tag from craigslist RSS feed. Can anyone tell me what the "enc:" in the tag means <enc:enclosure resource="http://images.craigslist.org/00Y0Y_kZI4M6ZKl0o_300x300.jpg" type="image/jpeg"/>
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