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Can someone inform me how to input an RSS feed onto my homepage with an RSS image so that people know when I have updated my website with new content?
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Craig

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Hi Craig

You may be interested in reading up on this thread: Creating an RSS feed of your static website

I hope that helps!
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Craig,

My opinion would be to use twitter. You can add a live feed to your home page (like here http://hexham.info ) and twitter has a built in rss feed for all your tweets so users could subscribe to your twitter account or just use the rss feed.

Also you can update your site changes automatically from the Yola publish window.

If you like this idea and need more info about displaying twitter feeds just ask on this thread.

Lee.
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Craig

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Yeah I would appreciate some help with this UK Duke, if you dont mind!

Thanks

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UK Duke, Champion

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do you have a twitter account? If you don't make 1, in the mean time i'll dig out the script and css that displays its feed. Lee.
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Craig

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yeah I have a twitter page nothing on it yet though!!
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Hi Craig

Now that you have a Twitter account, you can easily Tweet any changes or updates you make when you publish! For more information on this please see this thread in our forum: Twitter Button - Tweet your new site or your latest changes!
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Craig,

You can use a FREE parser