I deleted every single entry from my blog so that I can start fresh. But all the old entries are showing up in RSS and Atom feeds. How can I make those go away too? [more inside]
posted by misanthropicsarah
on Jan 12, 2008 -
Very occasionally, I'd like to be able to pull a **single** post from one of my blogs into another. In other words, not just link to it, but actually have the post in Blog A show up as a post in Blog B, without having to re-type it and duplicate content. Does anyone know a way to do this? I don't want to scrape the entire feed for all posts in Blog A into Blog B. Thanks!
posted by tamjl
on Aug 17, 2007 -
Can I use a desktop blogging client to upload posts but keep them 'Unpublished' in Movable Type? What exactly happens when Movable Type publishes? [more inside]
posted by reflexed
on Apr 22, 2007 -
I run AdSense on my blog, and burn my feed with FeedBurner. I would love to advertise within my feed with AdSense for Feeds (AFF) rather than the Feedburner Ad Network but AFF seems to have dropped off the face of the earth. Does it still run, and how can I get into the program?
posted by mutantdisco!
on Dec 12, 2006 -
I've had a couple smaller splogs that gave up after a period of time. However, one splog has persisted and, through volume, is showing up higher in searches than my original posts. What can I do? [more inside]
posted by IndigoSkye
on May 23, 2006 -
I have been using reblog
to combine two feeds (for a blog
and a forum
) which I then publish through Feedburner. What I want to do is have the blog
part of my feed update normally (i.e. individual posts) and the forum
part of my feed compiled into a daily link list (which itself is published as if it were ONE feed post each day)... What ways exist for me to do this? [more inside]
posted by 0bvious
on Mar 29, 2006 -
Looking for rss aggregation tools that can be used to publish an aggregated weblog. I've found Planet Planet
, does anyone have any other suggestions?
posted by will
on May 9, 2004 -
I'm well and truly sick of hand-coding my website, and so it's about time I got myself some sort of blogging application. Because I'm a contrary type, though, I'd quite like to have a go at building it myself. What do you think - is there any point at all in my trying this? If there is, should I do it using PHP to edit an RSS file? And what features would you include if you were starting from scratch?
posted by calico
on Dec 9, 2003 -