IMO, the easiest and most reliable way to do this is to actually put the feeds on a real web page and link to that.
Avoids the problem that we had with Twitter feeds for a while where they had to be on a web page. Looks like that’s gotten straightened out.
Thanks Bob, but not sure I follow. the feeds are on real web sites, Ive tried creating a web view with "feed://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&pagetemplate=rss"
attached to it for example, but just get a blank area.
It seems to be the same for all or any of the feeds I have been given.
P.S the twitter widget does seem to be working again!
RSS feeds are part of our custom storefront solution. Besides RSS feeds, we offer advanced social sharing features, video integration and many more. If you would like to, I can give you a presentation over Skype.
Tristan van Doorn
I mean put the feed on a page on your website. Set the page up with the proper dimensions such 250px x 350px and then create a 250x350 frame on the page. Link to that webpage (ex: www.mysite.com/rssfeed.html)
Try this service: http://rssfeedreader.com/
Any one feed/site is free so you can experiment and see if it does what you need. It’s really simple. Just specify the fee you want and copy/paste a little code to a web page. You can even customize the CSS to make it look really nice.
And no, I have no connection in any way to that site.
Thanks Guys, I'll look into the rssfeedreader, cheers Bob.