If that GUID changes, RSS clients and podcast apps will think that is a new post. If you appreciate the podcasting information I share, please write your own review on i Tunes or Stitcher!
If you’re using Blubrry, copy/paste your custom redirect URL displayed in Powerpress under the “Services and Stats” section.
Putting anything else (such as a Feed Burner link or website address) will break your RSS feed. From there, your RSS feed should function properly again.
on another site this module is being used, I am pulling the facebook updates with an rss url that's not even a proper rss url, but it works...
They don't seem to be in any hurry to fix either, from what Google has to to add to the confusion...
By now i've used this workaround find here basti said: (I) How to get your own status feed with newer accounts OWN status feed: 1. format=RSS20&id=xxxxxxxxxxx The big number is the unique numeric ID (which all events/people/groups/pages have), and if it's not in the URL, you can find it by using graph.facebook.com/yyyyyy, with yyyyyy being the unique username (not necessarily numeric)thanks for your recent post; #9 .. format=RSS20&id=133650406967 Run Cron to update and this error shows: Message A feed could not be found at Have it import into a pre-setup content type that you make -- something like a "Social stream item" content type or whatever.
This should work for any facebook entity with a wall: format=RSS20&id=133650406967 When i use it as a link in the user account for the activitystream Facebook Status RSS feed URL: the user & viewer are the same id; when i replace those values w. what am I asking of Facebook & the person on the account to get this to render.. Use the jsonpath or xpath parser modules to parse the feed, whatever it is.
This feed is valid, but interoperability with the widest range of feed readers could be improved by implementing the following 1, column 0: Use of unknown namespace: [help]It's worth noting that if you disable curl_exec in your /etc/php/7.0/apache2/file for security reasons, you'll have to reenable it to use RSS.
As a side note, it's also needed to perform Moodle updates.
The other site is pulling from a Facebook 'Fan' page though, not a user's wall or status.
well, it works in so much that the updates are being feed into a block on the site, but if someone clicks the link to the post, they are brought to the main facebook page, which is their own if they happen to be logged in, or they are taken to the login page.
It appears we can only find RSS feeds on 'notes' or 'status' or 'friends status'... Nor any of which I care to feed a block on a website...