Fetching entries from your Blog’s feed

Here’s another article that covers the process of installing Feed2JS. Feed2JS is a script or tool that uses relies on an RSS feed to fetch a number of entries from that weed. This isn’t specific for any software. It can be used by any, even custom ones which support RSS.

The script works client side which is the opposite of server side. In layman’s term, a server side script does the required processing on the server where as a client side scrpt does it on the local computer. So basically what happens is that, you will be adding a script generated by this tool and you’ll be pasting it somewhere on your site. And on that location, you’ll see a bunch of posts from your blog. Cool, isn’t it?

And you wouldn’t have to worry about search engines either. Nor about adding no-follow tags to everylink. Because JavaScript is client side, google nor any other related services parse the content. As far as they are concerned, there are no links from your blog on that site. Isn’t that cool?

Posted on: 3rd February 2009 |
Under: Directories, Guides & Articles, Search Engines, Wordpress | Tags: , , ,

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