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This article tells you how to easily integrate GFF stories on your own web page - all free



By Martin Joergensen

Nerd alert!
This article has very little to do with fly fishing.
It is primarily aimed at nerds and webmasters.
You can now integrate GFF's top stories into your own site—and we welcome you to do it!
NEW: We now deliver our weblog as an RSS feed too!
  • It is automatically updated when we update!
  • It is easy!
  • It is absolutely free!
XML
All-in-one
XML
Article feed
XML
Blog feed
XML
Podcast feed
XML
Comments feed
XML
Pix feed
XML
Video feed
XML
News feed
We provide GFF top stories as an RSS feed - also known as a web feed.

To integrate it into your own site, you will need a small program.

This is a standardized format, which can be read by several stand alone systems such as Google Reader or FaceBook or by programs integrated into many web sites

Luckily it's not difficult. Most systems such as Blogger, Wordpress, Drupal or whatnot can pick up and show RSS-feeds easily. You can also use a service such as Feed2JS to integrate as shown below.

You have two choices with Feed2JS:
You can copy any of the RSS-feeds to the right here and paste them into feed2js.org's system.

...or...

You can copy and paste one of the following bits of JavaScript code into your HTML document exactly where you want the GFF headlines and links to appear. This will dynamically download the most recent headlines and put the text and links on your page:

Full feed:

<script language="JavaScript" src="http://feed2js.org/feed2js.php?src=http%3A%2F%2Fglobalflyfisher.com%2Frss%2Fall.php&amp;chan=y&amp;html=a" type="text/javascript"></script>

Blog feed:

<script language="JavaScript" src="http://feed2js.org/feed2js.php?src=http%3A%2F%2Fglobalflyfisher.com%2Fblog%2Frss%2Fglobalflyfisher.xml&amp;chan=y&amp;html=a" type="text/javascript"></script>

These are actual examples of what it can look like when integrated into your page

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Good luck with the project!

PS: as this technology relies on an outside service - feed2js.org - we unfortunately cannot put up any guarantee for the service using this exact method. We will of course keep on providing the feed itself, which comes from our system, but other means may over time become necesarry to integrate it into your page if feed2js.org should stop working.


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