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New to version 2.5 of XSitePro, the RSS Feed Wizard has a third step: PHP Processing.

 

To run PHP on a webpage, the extension of the page must be '.php'. The easiest way to get the RSS Module to work is to change the extension of the page to .php. If you do not want to change the extension, it is possible to run PHP on other extensions via modifications to the .htaccess file. For instructions to do this manually, please click the htaccessinst button.

 

Once you reach the third tab in the RSS Feed Wizard, you will see something similar to the following:

 

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PHP Checker

 

In order to use the PHP insertion method, your server must be PHP enabled. If you are unsure whether your server is PHP enabled, XSitePro can attempt to test your server. To test your server please click the checkphp button.

 

 

RSS on .html Pages

 

To run PHP on a webpage, the extension of the page must be '.php'. The easiest way to get the RSS Module to work is to change the extension of the page to .php. If you do not want to change the extension, it is possible to run PHP on other extensions via modifications to the .htaccess file. For instructions to do this manually, please click the htaccessinst button.

 

 

If you would like XSitePro to attempt to modify and verify your .htaccess, please click the modifyhta button. If your Web server is one of the small percentage of servers that XSitePro cannot modify automatically, please contact your host on "how to process PHP code on .html webpages".

 

 

XSitePro can provide you with instructions for modifying your .htaccess or attempt to do it automatically and verify it for you. If you would like to test your server to check if it can process PHP on an .html page, please click the testphp button. Please note, the .htaccess modifications will work for 99% of servers, if not, please click the removephp button and contact your host for instructions.

 

 

 

When you are happy with your settings for your RSS feed, click insertbutton to add the feed to your web page.

A placeholder will be added at your current cursor position.

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