Talk:Web Design/XML challenges

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I added something fun, and on-topic, at the bottom of XML Challenge 4 --Jawboot 06:06, 23 April 2007 (UTC)

Where is "Building a personal RSS Feed, step-by-step"?[edit]

Point 2 of XML Challenge 4: Roll your own RSS feed makes reference to "Building a personal RSS Feed, step-by-step" but there does not appear to be a link to this resource. On closer inspection it appears that the resource in question is a sub-section of the article RSS - Really Simple Syndication.


Work through the "Building a personal RSS Feed, step-by-step" section of RSS - Really Simple Syndication to create your own RSS feed for your own site. Try to make sure you've got 3 or 4 items in your feed. They might point to different sections of your site.

== Please use <source lang="xml"> Wikimedia now supports color highlighting if you wrap your source codes with the source element.

Here is an example:

<source lang="xml">
.....xml code here...
</source>

Try it out! - Dan --Dmccreary 04:58, 6 January 2008 (UTC)

== Don't confuse mixed content with invalid XML The example implied that mixed content was invalid. Not true. To be valid you have to have and XML Schema. Mixed content can always be valid XML. --Dmccreary 05:19, 6 January 2008 (UTC)