RSS Auto discovery

Note:
implemented now in release 1.1.6.2
See also:
 


Wikka RSS feeds


A small modification to header.php allows Wikka feeds to be 'autodiscovered' by most feed readers and now also by some browsers supporting this mechanism.

Add the following lines after the stylesheet-related lines in actions/header.php:

<?php
if ($this->GetMethod() != 'edit') {
    $rsslink  = '   <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="'.$this->GetWakkaName().': revisions for '.$this->tag.' (RSS)" href="'.$this->Href('revisions.xml', $this->tag).'" />'."\n";
    $rsslink .= '   <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="'.$this->GetWakkaName().': recently edited pages (RSS)" href="'.$this->Href('recentchanges.xml', $this->tag).'" />'."\n";
    echo $rsslink
}
?>


Feed reader support


To use autodiscovery, you don't need to find out the location of the RSS file, you simply give your RSS reader the address of the web page and the RSS reader will search the page for any RSS links that it can find.

Feed readers with autodiscovery include (in alphabetical order):

more to follow


Browser support



Link navigation support can be found in:

Mozilla
Mozilla 'Other Versions' in link navigation bar
Note that Mozilla will display all alternate links, so these should be labeled as 'RSS' in the title attribute (in addition to the description).
Lynx
Lynx link navigation

Other browsers


RSS autodiscovery support


The RSS autodiscovery feature is currently supported by:

Firefox
FF autodiscovery button

Opera (7.5+)
Opera autodiscovery button

Safari (2.0+)
Safari autodiscovery button

Yahoo toolbar for IE (5.6+)
Yahoo toolbar autodiscovery button



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