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    RSS feed question

    This may be an issue that can only be answered over at vBulletin's support sites but nobody has replied to my threads yet.

    There's a specific file that vBulletin uses to outputs RSS feeds. I was hoping to figure out how to edit the file so that it looks like this...

    At the moment, my feed looks like this:

    New Guides in Wiki and Site Upgrade Coming Soon!

    Forum: News and Announcements Posted By: windrider07 Post Time: 03-13-2010 at 11:54 PM
    How can it be modified so that it looks like this:

    New Guides in Wiki and Site Upgrade Coming Soon!
    Posted by windrider07 at 11:54 PM on 3/13/2010

    Original post here.................

    Click here for more details.
    The feed output vBulletin has is so simple. Can it be more expanded? ANy help is appreciated. I'll post the file up if needs be.

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    anyone?

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    I don't know how the feed of vbulletin looks like and maybe that applies also for others, so maybe showing the code increases your chances on replies.

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    I've attached the external.php to this post It's the file used to generate RSS feeds for vBulletin.
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    I'm not that surprised you didn't get much reply; this isn't trivial as the code has a rss part, but it does much more than building a feed!!
    Anyway, the part that should interest you is from line 412 to 839.
    I wonder if using a csv file and simplxml wouldn't be easier?

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    Yea, it is real confusing because it's not like other feeds where they line up the variables and use html code to separates the variables. vBulletin assigns the variables to one main variable and it all goes under one case and I guess that outputs the threads.


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