For some reason this information is really hard to find through Google. Often in my work at OLT we are trying to reuse remix and redistribute a bunch static content from WordPress sites around our campus. In order to do so we need to find feeds for those sites that are just for one post or page, instead of the updating stream. Here is how to get them:
Simply append /?feed=rss&p=111 to the end of your URL. The 111 in the example should be the ID of the post that you want the feed for.
Here is my first WordPress plugin. It is meant to extend the excellent BDP-RSS plugin by Bryan Palmer. This plugin allows users who are logged in to a WordPress MU system to add feeds to the BDP-RSS feed aggregator from the sidebar. It is primarily designed to allow students to add the feed of their own blog to a class aggregate blog.
Please let me know what you think.
Just download, unzip, then drop the plugin into your plugins->BDPRSS folder and activate in the plugins menu.
Update: For some reason the control is not saving the options properly. I’ll fix it on Saturday morning.
Update: Version 1.2 released.
Changed the way that permissions work.
- Simplified things by only allowing registers users of the community to add their feeds.
- Gave admin the option of password protecting a blog so that only users who know the password can add feeds
As always, let me know what you think of the changed.
Update: Version 1.1 released.
- Fixed subtitle bug
- Added control over what type of user can add feeds.
- Global: Anyone can add a feed
- System: Anyone on the Mu System can add a feed.
- Blog: Only a subscriber to the specific blog that the widget is on can add a feed.
- Made it so that if a user cannot add a feed, they don’t even see the text box.