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Display RSS Feeds
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-03-22

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    Though this only takes a few moments, exporting RSS to HTML does require webmaster intervention to update the content. The end result, though, is a complete web page with an RSS feed in it that will be search engine-friendly.


    FeedForAll - FeedForAll allows users to export RSS feeds from RSS to HTML. The look of the HTML can be modified to match an existing website's design.
    http://www.feedforall.com


    Using Services
    There are a number of services available that host and display RSS feeds, in many cases free of charge. Because these services operate on a different domain server there is little benefit to end-users displaying their feeds in this fashion. That said, the services are generally free of charge, so you get what you pay for.


    RSS2HTML.com - Select a layout, color scheme and enter the URL of the feed. A web page URL will be generated that will display the feed in the selected scheme.
    http://www.rss2html.com


    FeedBurner - FeedBurner provides a number of online services. Among them is a service that displays RSS feeds on a website.
    http://www.feedburner.com


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