News: RSS Feeds back on track!

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  1. shaunj66
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    ÂNews: RSS Feeds back on track!

    ÂKeep up to date on all the latest releases and GBAtemp news and discussions.



    The RSS feeds are now functioning again! [​IMG] They had been down since we had hosting issues, but are now fixed and back online!

    Just add the following feed(s) to your favourite RSS news reader...

    [​IMG] Latest Releases/News RSS Feed: http://gbatemp.net/rss.php
    - For the latest releases and portal news.
    [​IMG] Latest Discussions RSS Feed: http://gbatemp.net/rss-topics.php
    - For the latest active discussions. Feed will update when new posts are found and bring the newest threads to the top, much like the 'Latest Discussions' section on the portal.

    [​IMG] Please set RSS feed refresh times (if available) to a minimum of 120 seconds. Thanks!
     
  2. unusername

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    anyone knows any good rss reader for firefox 1.07??
     
  3. shaunj66
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    Firefox has it's own built in RSS reader.
    Just goto Bookmarks > Manage Bookmarks > File > New Live Bookmark and fill in the details. Or use the RSS icon in the lower right hand corner of Firefox when viewing our portal.
    You can then move the live bookmark to where ever you want. Move it to the Bookmarks Toolbar folder and you can have it right on your browsers toolbar if you want it there. [​IMG]
     
  4. Jojjy Ugnick

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    great news, but can you guys handle the bandwidth necessary if a lot of people were to use it?
     
  5. wabo

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    There's a plug-in called "Sage"
    I like it.
     
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    I'm sure it'll be fine! Just as long as everyone keeps the refresh times above 120 seconds. [​IMG]
     
  7. Dirtie

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    Yay! Thanks shaun!
     
  8. TheRocK

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    thanks for that, now i can be up to date on the go via my wap to rss converter! big thanks for that! shaunj66 for prez!
     
  9. unusername

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    mmm in firefox i can't change the refreshing time... mmm...


    but i'm happy :-D
     
  10. Costello

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    bandwidth shouldn't be a problem... we're supposed to have 5 or 10 gigs per day!
     
  11. alexp2_ad

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    [​IMG] That is a helluva lot of bandwidth!