According to the Developers Guide: Protocol for Google's Blogger API, the query parameter to be used is max-results, like this:
Where blogID is the blog ID number, and N is the number of posts to retrieve. The posts are ordered by last modified by default.
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You could try hermesgadget.codeplex.com and turn scrolling off.
Also delete all read items (Ctrl-Alt + Right Mouse button), so nothing to distract you until new items arrive.
As far as I can see, some of the options available to you are:
The db4o Object Manager is a GUI tool to browse and query the contents of any db4o database file. Object Manager currently provides the following features:
Powerful ad-hoc queries
Efficient handling of large data sets
Table view for quick scrolling through large ...
Atom was specified as an RFC in late 2005, compared to the current version of RSS, 2.0, in September 2002, and specifically as a replacement for RSS. That would seem to qualify it to "supersede RSS as a content delivery mechanism".
The linked article specifically states that "These days people tend to use Facebook and Twitter as de facto RSS readers to ...
This is a general outline of how one might go about accomplishing this:
One very helpful fact about XKCD comics is that all of the URL's are in the form of
where #### is a number from 1 to 1230 (as of today)
Part I: Create a new random comic generator
Creates a list of all numbers in that range
Randomly chooses a number from the ...
As suggested in the comments I tried using xmlstarlet to solve this and it works well. Here's my script
xml ed -d '//item[not(contains(title,"Project Foo"))]' < sample_rss.xml
Let's assume the feed content is in the file sample_rss.xml.
That content gets fed into xml ed -d, which deletes any note matching the given XPath Expression.
The XPath expression ...
First of all, I can confirm that the problem lies in the redirect to the GDPR consent page. If you manage to somehow view it in your reader and click "Accept" (and if your reader stores cookies), the feeds start working again.
The exact way to do this will depend on the specific RSS reader. Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with the one mentioned in the ...
Generally speaking: yes.
RSS readers work the way that they query the URL they subscribed to in a given intervall for an XML file that is formatted in a defined way, pull it and display the contents.
What you could do to speed things is to shorten the interval: you could tell your reader to look for this file every minute.
Still when it comes to overall ...
RSS is a format where plain-text items are marked up in XML. It is very similar in concept to a web page. And just like a web page is parsed by a browser, RSS consists of an XML document which is downloaded and parsed by an RSS reader.
So, to create an RSS "feed", all you need to do is create a document with items marked up with the correct tags....
Is there a config file that I can copy over to a directory and restore old feeds?
The feed data is an SQLite database, stored in FeedDemon's cache folder:
The file is called feeds.fdb.
How do I repair a corrupt FeedDemon database?
FeedDemon stores its data using SQLite, which is regarded as being very reliable even in ...
If you look in the page source, you will find:
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Stratfor RSS" href="http://www.stratfor.com/rss.xml" />
And I believe Google Reader uses a different user agent which is not blocked by the site
One simple solution to have the RSS feed for a full text in the Thunderbird RSS Reader is this online service: Wizard RSS. Just copy the generated hyperlink and use it as feed hyperlink for your Thunderbird RSS subscriptions. Full text will be then readable directly in Tb.
Now that the Gallery has been retired, an alternative to the "Feed Headlines" RSS gadget is the Hermes RSS reader gadget (note: I am affiliated with this project). This reader is an enhanced version (of Feed Headlines - which was no longer being updated) and is free, and is also used (by some) within MS. It can be used without IE or with it.