[kde-freebsd] Konqueror && RSS feeds
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Sun Nov 11 16:14:23 CET 2007
El día Saturday, November 10, 2007 a las 05:55:23PM +0100, Michael Rudolph escribió:
> On Saturday 10 November 2007 15:49:59 Matthias Apitz wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm using Konqueror 3.5.4 on FreeBSD 6.2 as my favourite
> > OS and browser. I've a question concerning attaching RSS feeds
> > to my RSS reader aKregator: Some of the pages, like for example
> > this one: http://www.rebelion.org/ have an RSS button in the
> > right lower corner of the Konqueror window and I can, clicking
> > with left mouse button on it, attach this feed to aKregator.
> > Other pages, like for example
> > http://www.puntodevistainternacional.org/spip.php?rubrique7
> > have some RSS like image in the page itself which in real is
> > a hyperlink to another page which just is XML code, and of
> > course for the missing CSS not presented well in Konqueror.
> > While the first one seems to be really a 'service', because
> > after attaching it to aKregator, the aKregator is fetching from
> > there the news, the second one seems for me just to be some
> > additional page without any network based service.
> > Can someone bring a bit light into this? Thanks in advance
> > matthias
> Hi Matthias,
> here's my quick, but not necessarily correct, answer.
> The konqueror add-on, that displays the feed button in the statusbar
> that you describe is looking for a "link" element in webpages, if it
> finds something like this in the header of a page:
> <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml"
> href="http://domain/feed/atom1.0" />
> the button will be displayed. But if the website does not provide this
> link information the add-on will not know about associated feeds, and
> therefore not display a button.
> I hope that helps.
That was as well already my observation and I've played around with this.
As you say, if the above link-tag is included in the header of a page
it works in Konqueror. Let me bring my question to the point: How
this (RSS feed connectors) must be included in the correct way in
web pages? Is there some RFC or other specification for this?
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