[development] Imported nodes using filtered HTML

Dipen dipench at gmail.com
Fri May 7 21:25:35 UTC 2010

Note that if you go RSS way, you would need to escape your html tags.
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On Sat, May 8, 2010 at 2:53 AM, Earnie Boyd <earnie at users.sourceforge.net>wrote:

> Karyn Cassio wrote:
>> Unfortunately it's not a traditional RSS feed, it's a custom feed from a
>> subscription service.
>> I started writing a plugin for Feeds Module, but I time is a constraint
>> at the moment.
>> Probably will circle back to that at a later time.
> RSS is easy to create as an output.  You create your script to get the
> custom feed data, write the output as RSS and then use the existing feedAPI
> Node module to load Drupal by pointing the feed page to your script.  If you
> have different custom feed locations you can control it with _GET
> parameters.  Then you have the controls to keep the data forever or remove
> it after x time old.
> --
> Earnie
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