Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of GettingStartedWithFeeds


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Jul 13, 2006, 3:40:26 PM (15 years ago)
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  • GettingStartedWithFeeds

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    33Generally speaking, just adding ''{{{ ;format=rss }}}'' or ''{{{ ;format=atom }}}'' onto a normal url is all that is required to get an RSS or Atom feed of that page.
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     5[[PageOutline(1-3,Different Feeds,inline)]]
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    57= Recent Changes =
     
    3133= Normal Pages (Nodes) =
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    33 === Metadata ===
     35== Metadata ==
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    3537For any node, you can request the RDF version of the node, simply by adding ''{{{ ;format=rdf }}}'' to the url, such as [http://cotswolds.openguides.org/wiki/wiki.cgi?The_Bull_Inn,_Charlbury] becomes [http://cotswolds.openguides.org/wiki/wiki.cgi?id=The_Bull_Inn%2C_Charlbury;format=rdf].
     
    4547In fact, the RDF version should contain all the metadata in some format or other.
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    47 === Node content ===
     49== Node content ==
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    4951You can get the raw wikitext (the canonical version of the node content - ie everything else but the metadata) by adding ''{{{ ;format=raw }}}'' to the URL, such as [http://cotswolds.openguides.org/wiki/wiki.cgi?The_Bull_Inn,_Charlbury] becomes [http://cotswolds.openguides.org/wiki/wiki.cgi?id=The_Bull_Inn%2C_Charlbury;format=raw].
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    51 === Node Versions ===
     53== Node Versions ==
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    5355You can get a feed in the style of "recent changes" for all the versions of a node. It contains the metadata on the versions, but not the content (see above for how to do that).