Style Your RSS Feed with CSS

Ben Hammersly, author of the O’Reilly title: Developing Feeds with RSS & Atom, has written a necessary and useful article about styling RSS feeds with CSS. It is necessary because many folks, when encountering a raw XML feed for the first time in a browser, have no idea that they’re supposed to simply copy the […]

Ben Hammersly, author of the O’Reilly title: Developing Feeds with RSS & Atom, has written a necessary and useful article about styling RSS feeds with CSS. It is necessary because many folks, when encountering a raw XML feed for the first time in a browser, have no idea that they’re supposed to simply copy the URL and paste it into their feed reader of choice. It is useful because Hammersly describes the process clearly.

Published: August 7th, 2005

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