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Feed Day - RSS is back

Posted over 10 years ago

Tonight RSS makes its triumphant return back to the site. For those of you not in the loop, it's a really easy way to keep track of all of these new tutorials (and blog posts) popping on the site now. It's likely that you won't have to change your RSS reader URL for this new version, but just as a recap:

Newest Tutorials

http://feeds.feedburner.com/good-tutorials-new

Latest Blog Posts

http://feeds.feedburner.com/good-tutorials-blog

Latest Blog Comments

http://feeds.feedburner.com/good-tutorials-blog-comments

That's the start- there'll be per-topic RSS feeds in the near future, so stay tuned. You can always refer back to these RSS feeds at the new RSS page:

http://www.good-tutorials.com/rss

avatarSasaVtec over 10 years ago

Thanks Zach will work on a nice style and post them :)

avatarSasaVtec over 10 years ago

Got them here: http://www.directorymix.com/tutorials.php :)

avatarholman (administrator and creator)over 10 years ago

Nice to see, SasaVtec. :D

As another note here- I just manage to find a way around something rather uncool. Basically it means that it looks like load time is a bit quicker now, particularly in regards to loading up the thumbnail images for each tutorial.

avatarSasaVtec over 10 years ago

One thing I would like to see with the feed is when clicked on an image or link, that they are taken to the tutorial directly instead of comments page of the tutorial here.

avatarholman (administrator and creator)over 10 years ago

To be honest I don't think that's going to happen... part of what I'd like the RSS feed to be is a way to bring people back to the site. For example, on your feed page, you list all of the tutorials, so if someone comes by and clicks on them they initially hit my site and can choose to go from there. If they were direct links, it's sort of a way to just bypass my site completely just to take advantage of my moderators' work.

Besides which, I'd like it if in the future when there's even more people commenting (it's an impressive amount so far!) that it'd be interesting and relevant to see what other users think about the tutorial first before viewing it.

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