[go: up one dir, main page]

Yahoo Web Search

  1. XML - Wikipedia


    In computing, Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable.

  2. NVD - Data Feeds


    The second feed, nvd-rss-analyzed.xml (zip or gz), provides only vulnerabilities which have been analyzed within the previous eight days. The advantage of the second feed is that we are able to provide vulnerable product names in the title.

  3. What is a XML Feed? - Define XML Feed - brickmarketing.com


    XML feeds are a form of paid inclusion where a search engine is fed information about an advertiser’s web pages by XML. XML is a data delivery language that stands for “Extensible Markup Language” and allows users to define their own elements for sharing structured data. XML feeds also allow ...

  4. How to Create XML for an RSS Feed - lifewire.com


    Additionally, XML created for an RSS feed must use <rss> as the root element and list the version (in the example below, we're using "2.0"). Be sure to look through the documentation provided by your RSS reader and use the version required by the site.

  5. XML RSS - W3Schools Online Web Tutorials


    With an RSS feed (RSS is often called a News feed or RSS feed) they can check your site faster using an RSS aggregator (a site or program that gathers and sorts out RSS feeds). Since RSS data is small and fast-loading, it can easily be used with services like cell phones or PDA's.

  6. What Is RSS - XML.com


    Despite being RDF/XML, RSS 1.0 is structurally similar to previous versions of RSS -- similar enough that we can simply treat it as XML and write a single function to extract information out of either an RSS 0.91 or RSS 1.0 feed.

  7. As a valued partner and proud supporter of MetaCPAN, StickerYou is happy to offer a 10% discount on all Custom Stickers, Business Labels, Roll Labels, Vinyl Lettering or Custom Decals.

  8. Wired


    Wired. It was a sensation when it was first spotted in 1744, but now we know much more about the effects of solar wind on comet dust. Space Photos of the Week: The 6 Splendid Tails of Comet McNaught.

  9. RSS is an XML based document format for syndicating news and other timely news-like information. It provides headlines, URLs to the source document and brief description information in an easy to understand and use format.

  10. RSS 2.0 specification - Google Merchant Center Help


    This document provides guidelines for the creation of an XML product data feed in the RSS 2.0 format. We've linked standard attributes to their respective sections in the official RSS 2.0 specification to assist you in finding additional information about the components from our examples.