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  1. KristenB

    Firefox 3

    I downloaded Firefox 3. I like the new features... the add-ons will have to catch up, though, to be compatible.
  2. Hey, all... I'm Kaibi. I'm 19, and I started making websites when my dad first showed me how, when I was 10. :-D I love making sites...
  3. So, if I update something on the page, it will show up differently depending on the tool the users use to view it? (If I've understood you correctly...) So, if I update one word on a page, how would it show up? And do I have to RSS every page I want to be RSS'ed? Sorry, I'm very new to this, I just started really looking into it today.
  4. My friend wanted me to create an RSS feed of my website (or parts of it) and I really don't know how to create RSS. I've looked on many websites, but I haven't been able to really understand how things work.My RSS feed (*.xml file) looks like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="windows-1252"?><rss version="2.0"> <channel> <title>Kaibi Studios</title> <description>Keep in contact with Kristen Bisson, and keep in tune with the updates happening on Kaibi Studios. :-)</description> <link>http://www.kaibi-studios.net/</link> <
  5. On this page: http://w3schools.com/rss/rss_syntax.aspThere is a section of text that reads:The <channel> element has three required child elements: * <title> - Defines the title of the channel (e.g. W3Schools Home Page) * <link> - Defines the hyperlink to the channel (e.g. http://www.w3schools.com) * <description> - Describes the channel (e.g. Free web building tutorials)Each <channel> element can have one ore more <item> elements.Each <item> element defines an article or "story" in the RSS feed.The <item> element has three required chil
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