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  • xaudia Level 1 (0 points)
    "And again, I suggest that everyone report the bug via the Safari "Report Bug to Apple..." selection under the Safari menu."

    Good idea - Done!
  • halajian Level 1 (0 points)
    Hey guys. I have this tiny bit problem stuck here. See, I have finished my RSS feed, tested it and all works perfectly, but when I remove an article from my feed it still showed in the reader. How do i get the reader to see the article is no longer part of the feed. Any ideas what's wrong?
    http://www.rsschannelwriter.com/
  • Chris Hayden Level 1 (105 points)
    How do i get the reader to see the article is no longer part of the feed?
    http://www.rsschannelwriter.com/


    The most control 'you' can exercise is to delete the original files, specifically the rss.xml file, and let iWeb republish everything under: File / Publish Entire Site.

    If the feed persists after republishing, then the issue is in the cached pages at your service provider, and you'll need to wait for their refresh cycle to occur. Different IPs will cache and empty their cache at almost unpredictable time cycles (usually a few days to a few weeks). If it is the cache persisting, your local experience may vary from what others get.
  • BH - think Moto Level 1 (0 points)
    rss widget in iweb 09 is broken for our site as well. won't show any new updates, even though the rss feed is working fine, is well formatted.

    it still shows all the posts until the middle of march - but no post after.

    apple is becoming the company of "it just works . . . until it doesn't!"

    absolutely enraging. haven't found any suggestions.

    the feed is from wordpress, for whatever that is worth.
  • BH - think Moto Level 1 (0 points)
    seems to be working again today - just checked. i have no idea what changed - but it is working now.
  • Martin Pettersson Level 1 (15 points)
    Here we go again. RSS-feed has been dead once again for a couple of hours. My guess it's the reader.mac.com-server that is the root of all iWeb RSS widget-evil this time around. I guess a bugreport is the only right thing to do.
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