CSS for RSS

Stole an idea Eric Kidd over at RandomHacks uses for his RSS feed. By adding a CSS reference after the inital XML version one gets stylled RSS. The trick has been applies to the 3 syndication types RSS2, RSS 1.0/RDF and XSS for fozbaca.org. The trick worked on the IE and Phoenix/Mozilla running on my […]

CSS for RSS

Stole an idea Eric Kidd over at RandomHacks uses for his RSS feed. By adding a CSS reference after the inital XML version one gets stylled RSS. The trick has been applies to the 3 syndication types RSS2, RSS 1.0/RDF and XSS for fozbaca.org. The trick worked on the IE and Phoenix/Mozilla running on my […]

NewsMonster

NewsMonster is a newsreader and manager for RSS content, news, and the semantic web. It has an immpressive feature list, though doesn’t claim to support RSS 2.0. It could be the basis for my RSS Reader nirvana with it’s Repitle server component side. [via Russell Beattie Notebook] Update: NewsMonster *does* support RSS 2.0 One of […]

NewsMonster

NewsMonster is a newsreader and manager for RSS content, news, and the semantic web. It has an immpressive feature list, though doesn’t claim to support RSS 2.0. It could be the basis for my RSS Reader nirvana with it’s Repitle server component side. [via Russell Beattie Notebook] Update: NewsMonster *does* support RSS 2.0 One of […]

Markup Background

The Secret Life of Markup The average reader – one not raised by wolves, or, worse, by rabid advocates of Standard Generalized Markup Language during the heyday of SGML – may not clearly understand the concepts of Semantics, Structure, Markup, Content, Style, Transformation, and Presentation. Heck, I’m not sure many of us did back then […]

Markup Background

The Secret Life of Markup The average reader – one not raised by wolves, or, worse, by rabid advocates of Standard Generalized Markup Language during the heyday of SGML – may not clearly understand the concepts of Semantics, Structure, Markup, Content, Style, Transformation, and Presentation. Heck, I’m not sure many of us did back then […]