Externe Feeds Einbinden




kurze Beschreibung zu RSS / Atom und deren Möglichkeiten


wie findet man Feeds?


Sinnvolle Anwendungsbereiche / Beispiele im Kontext von WackoWiki

1. Die Aktion feed

-> Aktion: RSS/Atom Feed Integration


Aufruf: {{feed url="http://..." [title=no] [max="x"] [style="css-style"] [time=1]}}


Diese einfache Aktion basiert auf SimplePie, einer einfach zu benutzenden API.


Parameter:

  • url="http://..." weist die URL des Feeds zu.
  • title=no schaltet den Titel aus (default ist yes).
  • max=X begrenzt die Ausgabe auf X Nachrichten.
  • time=1 schaltet den Zeithinweis an (default ist 0).

2. Anleitung


Formatierung

  • CSS 
  • Box, Tabelle

3. Beispielfeeds


Bastle dir dein Wiki-MobLog (Bilder von flickr.com -> eigenen Account eröffnen)
{{feed url="http://www.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?tags=art&format=rss_200" max=1 time=1}}


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Pool von Japan Through the Eyes of Others


Maeda Toshiie

Les Koppe Photography hat dem Pool ein Foto hinzugefügt:

Maeda Toshiie

The Oyama-Jinja (Oyama Shrine) is located in Kanazawa, the capital of Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. The Shinto shrine is dedicated to Maeda Toshiie (1538-1599), one of the founding fathers of Kanazawa. The shrine was established in 1599 and moved to its present location in 1873. This equestrian statue on the shrine grounds depicts him in samurai armor. The spheroidal object at his back is a form of armor known as a horo. Formed by attaching cloth to a framework of wicker or bamboo, it effectively protected the wearer from enemy arrows by either stopping them or slowing them enough so that they could not penetrate the armor worn by the wearer.

Kanazawa escaped fire bombing during World War II and consequently is one of the best-preserved Edo Period (1603-1868) cities in Japan. It was designated a UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art in 2009.


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