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Absolutely amazing job on the RSS feeds and deal alerts section.

Well done everyone involved with that and the entire site.

:thumbsup::-D8):grin:

Most of it is Paul's hard work... he has had some help though. So well done to everyone!! The Amazon deals section is back too so that COMPLETES the site!! It's finished!!

:thumbsup:

RSS feeder come as standard from browsers such as:

FireFox and
Opera.

is there other feeds other than this?
hotukdeals.com/rss…hot

duckmagicuk2

Most of it is Paul's hard work... he has had some help though. So well … Most of it is Paul's hard work... he has had some help though. So well done to everyone!! The Amazon deals section is back too so that COMPLETES the site!! It's finished!!:thumbsup:


Not quite finished

rayman

Not quite finished


:confused:

edi

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]RSS Feeds and … [FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]RSS Feeds and HotUKDeals[/SIZE][/FONT][COLOR=black][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]Here is a list of few Feed Readers:[/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=black][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]Windows:[/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]]Newzcrawler[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]]FeedDemon[/SIZE][/FONT]


FeedReader is a good freeware alternative if you don't want to fork out money:
]http//ww…om/

Also there is SharpReader
sharpreader.net/

Can someone help, I have got Outlook 2007 (Outlook 12) and would like to set up RSS, but it seems to want an XML link to work?

I tried ]http//ww…all.xml but that doesnt do anything, any ideas how to get it up and running please?

Admin

if you feed it in just as ]http://www.hotukdeals.com/rss/hot what happens?



nothing much happens, as it needs a .xml ending or it doesnt create a folder under the RSS Feeds section and you cannot add it to the send/receive group for inclusion with the email send/receive.

its ok, ive sorted it, some weird setting that you have to check to disable things, then tick within it what to enable, but if you dont tick to disable it doesnt enable everything like one would assume....stupid m$

Glad you sorted it What is the setting in case any other member has the same problem?

hmm, actually not sure if it was that setting or not now, I think its just RSS is a bit buggy perhaps with the beta of outlook 2007?

Stickied this, as it's becoming a more popular way to read up to date info.

Thanks again to edi for the helpful write up and if anyone wants to add other stuff here, that would be good too

Editor

Yes, thanks for this edi, it seemed to get get lost under all the other posts :thumbsup:

'Fatal Error' message on your web site when i try to stop/turn off my email alerts. this hapens from your frot page - edit rss email alerts

Just tried it and it loaded ok for me davemake? Can you try again?
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