I mean the way they described the RSS file structure, it didn't go in to how to do an Enclosure. Jeff's Jamboree doesn't use Word Press, he uses a script and one item in an xml file. I already use Word Press for my blog.
At 11:43 PM 4/23/2006, you wrote:
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I'm not exactly sure what you mean. When I add a standard <a href...> element to my blog entry, that indeed gets built into an enclosure and is automatically added to the new entry of my RSS feed. I don't do anything else and that feed is perfectly compatible with podcatchers across the land. What does intrigue me is that WordPress knows this is an mp3 file so it incloses it but if that were a link to another website, then it doesn't do anything special with it which is just what we want.
On Sun, Apr 23, 2006 at 08:31:21PM -0700, Jared Rimer wrote:
> Shannon et al,
> I found one problem with that article. According to the way
> Word Press does things, it adds an enclosure tag with the URL to the
> file, the content size, and I forget what else. I don't know how to
> do this in the current RSS deal they have up there. If I missed it,
> can someone post it? I know that Jeff's Jamboree has that XML file
> deal that article speaks of, but he also has a script I think that
> does the enclosure.
> At 08:10 PM 4/23/2006, you wrote:
> >Thank you Rob, I'd appreciate the file very much. And thank you too Vince
> >for the articles.
> >My web hosting company has WordPress, but I'm reluctant to go that
> >route--I'd rather store them on my Web space and learn to write the tags
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Rob" <musicmaker365@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Sent: Sunday, April 23, 2006 3:09 PM
> >Subject: Re: xml files
> >> Hi,
> >> I will send you a sample xml file via attachment. it is what I used to
> >> started.
> >> Thanks,
> >> Rob
> >> "God is good all the time, & All the time God is good"
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> From: "Shannon Reece" <bookworm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> Sent: Sunday, April 23, 2006 4:04 PM
> >> Subject: xml files
> >> > Hi gang,
> >> > While I am not interested in doing a weekly or even monthly podcast, we
> >> > have some things here that are fairly unique and I thought I would
> >> > our visits to them and put them up for people to get if they wanted,
> >> > probably no more than three times a year.
> >> > I have a plethora of web space in which to store these possible
> >> > podcasts--I
> >> > am still debating even doing it--so I don't think I would require the
> >> > services of feed burner or lybsyn etc.
> >> > So here are my questions.
> >> > 1. Is it indeed true that if I have enough web space on my own sites
> >> > store these files, I would not need a storage service like libsyn?
> >> > 2. I take it that I would still need to write an xml file to handle
> >> > podcasts and for an aggregator to use as a subscription address if the
> >> > files
> >> > were stored on my own site?
> >> > 3. Is there a good example of an xml file that I can study?
> >> > 4. Or is there a tutorial of writing XML I can study from? I know the
> >> > basics of HTML and am a quick learner.
> >> > And last but not least...
> >> > 5. Is there an article somewhere on the net or on someone's blog that
> >> > puts
> >> > forth the step by step process of the uploading and distributing of
> >> > podcasts?
> >> >
> >> > If I could have a jumping off point from which to start, I think I can
> >> > manage. And if I chose not to pursue doing anything, I'd still have a
> >> > better understanding of how it's all done.
> >> > Thank you for any or all input.
> >> > Shannon
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
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