Friday can generate an RSS feed for your site. Here's how to set things up.
Edit the Main, Answer and optionally FullFAQ templates
To let users know that they can subscribe to your feed, add this somewhere in the HEAD section of your template files:
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" href="rssfeed.xml" title="your title">
Some browsers will indicate an available RSS feed to the user when they see this.
Edit your Friday.FQA file
Add the following to your Friday.FQA file. Edit the lines the lines indicated:
[RSS] MakeRSS=YES ; ; EDIT THESE RSSFeedTitle=The title of your feed RSSHomeURL=Your site's home page RSSDescription=A description of your feed ; The URL of your html files, less the actual filename ; Example for our PPT FAQ site; note the final forward slash: RSSHyperlinkBase=http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/ ; END OF NECESSARY EDITS ; ; Do you want a chance to edit the RSS feed content before it's saved? ; YES if so, anything else if not RSSEditBeforeSave=YES ; ; How should Friday process your FAQ text before handing it to you to edit as RSS feed? ; See below for an explanation ; PLAIN | ASIS | FIXED | DESCRIPTION | DESCRIPTIONFIXED ; Default is FIXED RSSPreProcess=DESCRIPTION ; ; this is added to publication date: RSSGMTOffset=EST
FIXED - HTMLEncodes the answer text for the FAQ
PLAIN - Answer text, stripped of all HTML
ASIS - Answer text, as is
DESCRIPTION - Uses the Description from the FAQ
DESCRIPTIONFIXED - Uses the Description from the FAQ, HTMLEncoded
After making these changes ...
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