Rss not validating
Rss not validating
There are three main versions of RSS as of this writing: 0.91, 1.0, and 2.0.According to huge RSS site that keeps all kinds of statistics on RSS and the many feeds out there—this is the percentage breakdown of RSS usage worldwide by version: Besides RSS, there's Atom to consider, although it's currently less in use than RSS. The next section examines the differences between these versions to help you choose. It's the easiest to work with, but it's also the most limited.
And once you've published your new feed, you can read it in any RSS reader.
Since submitting this the "Newest" RSS feed began functioning yesterday.
If you follow the urls above you'll see that neither feed is validating.
This leaves your RSS feed out in the dust, skipped by certain sites — and untouched by some RSS feed readers.
When your feed isn’t showing up in searches, it can hurt all the goals you’re working toward.
But in many ways, RSS 1.0 represents a branch of the main RSS tree.
The most common RSS version by far, RSS 2.0 may be your best choice as of this writing, if you want the most widespread audience.But, the "Newest" feed no longer has an issue that is stopping the aggregator/reader software from parsing and displaying the feed. This chapter is all about creating your own RSS feeds by using RSS creation applications.This version is an extension of version 0.92 (which was the successor to version 0.91).When you try to add your events into your newsletters automatically, you may encounter Mail Chimp or other programs saying your “RSS feed” is invalid.finds and XML parsing error caused by the https:// author name. I checked my RSSOwl install on my Kubuntu 11.04 LTS this morning and, just as yesterday and today on Windows7, one of the two feeds was working but the "Featured" feed was still failing to validate with an error sufficient for RSSOwl to fail to display the feed.