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easy to use RSS parser script for html website?

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I have a basic html website and would like the ability to view RSS feeds from other sites......I want the RSS feeds from other sites to show up on mine as plain HTML format. So in a sense my RSS page..would just have a bunch of RSS information gathered from many other sites....what's the easiest way to do this and are there any scripts that you recommend?

It would be nice if other people could subscribe to my site via RSS, but that is not absolutely necessary.

 Thanks - Johnny
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by:jawahar_prasad
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Hi..
Its simple..

get the rss feed from the site:

and go to this URL..
http://www.expertsforge.com/rss-feeds/rss-feeds.asp

and then paste the URL in the converter provided and then generate an easy to use code which you can use in your site to display feeds..
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by:jawahar_prasad
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have you tried it??
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by:jawahar_prasad
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The link provided will work fine for your scenario.. Please post if you have any doubts..
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by:redlighttraitor
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Thanks for the answer...I don't want to use a commercial solution and I've found many of these already. However, I've already found simplepie which is exactly what I wanted. Thanks so much for the help.
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by:jawahar_prasad
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however that is not a commercial solution... it is a free one..
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by:jawahar_prasad
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compfixer :

The asker wants the RSS to HTML with a FREE solution.. I have already provided one above. It is working fine for everyone else here in EE.
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by:redlighttraitor
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Yes, but your solution is not a custom script like I asked. Your option is the same advertisement-option as many others I have found where you simple generate an HTML code to use on your website.

I was asking for an easy-to-use RSS parsing script. Thanks for your suggestion, though.
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jawahar_prasad earned 125 total points
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You did not use the term custom script..

TRY THIS...

http://www.2rss.com/software

You can do whatever you want with this easy to download script...
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by:redlighttraitor
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Well, I said easy-to-use RSS parser script. Regardless, I said script. Thanks for your suggestion but up above I already said that I found simplepie which was exactly what I needed.
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