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AndyB

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AndyB submitted a new resource:

Feed export - Allows selecting specific forums for your feed.

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Allows selecting specific forums for your feed.

(Example of feed export)...

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pipin

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The current implementation works with UTF-8 strings all the time (which is good), but uses substr() to cut the description string. Therefore it can happen that an UTF-8 char gets cut in the middle (after the first of two bytes), creating an invalid character. To fix this, use mb_substr() and pass 'UTF-8' as encoding."


And maybe a guide element - which could be an exact copy of the link element - would enhance interoperability with feed readers.

This is from the w3.org validator:

This feed is valid, but interoperability with the widest range of feed readers could be improved by implementing the following recommendations.


HTML:
<link>http://scripting.com/2021/08/02.html#a145333</link>
<guid>http://scripting.com/2021/08/02.html#a145333</guid>


I use QuiteRSS and it works fine and without problems. (y)
 
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