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To enable RSS as administrator, go to Configuration and under Variables: Miscellaneous set enablerssfeeds to Yes. In v1.7 this option moved to the Server menu. Then in Configuration: Modules you can enable an RSS feed for each module. Finally, in the settings for each individual instance of a particular module you must enable the RSS feed and specify the settings (e.g. how many articles to display, what kind of article).
 
To enable RSS as administrator, go to Configuration and under Variables: Miscellaneous set enablerssfeeds to Yes. In v1.7 this option moved to the Server menu. Then in Configuration: Modules you can enable an RSS feed for each module. Finally, in the settings for each individual instance of a particular module you must enable the RSS feed and specify the settings (e.g. how many articles to display, what kind of article).
  
== Subscribing to RSS feeds==
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== Note for using RSS in Forums ==
To subscribe to an RSS feed from moodle, click on the orange 'RSS' button and copy the address from your browser bar to your RSS reader software. Although most web browsers will automatically detect an RSS feed (IE7 and Firefox), moodle does not seem to be sending them the correct information (as of 1.5 - is this fixed in 1.6?)
 
 
 
 
 
Note for using RSS in Forums:
 
  
 
after you've enabled RSS in Admin--->Server--->RSS:
 
after you've enabled RSS in Admin--->Server--->RSS:
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This will enable the RSS option to appear in Forum properties of course.
 
This will enable the RSS option to appear in Forum properties of course.
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== Subscribing to RSS feeds==
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To subscribe to an RSS feed from moodle, click on the orange 'RSS' button and copy the address from your browser bar to your RSS reader software. Although most web browsers will automatically detect an RSS feed (IE7 and Firefox), moodle does not seem to be sending them the correct information (as of 1.5 - is this fixed in 1.6?)
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 10:58, 14 May 2007

RSS (Really Simple Syndication, depending on who you ask) allows certain web browsers and specialized programs to automatically check for updates to a page.

Turn RSS feeds on

To enable RSS as administrator, go to Configuration and under Variables: Miscellaneous set enablerssfeeds to Yes. In v1.7 this option moved to the Server menu. Then in Configuration: Modules you can enable an RSS feed for each module. Finally, in the settings for each individual instance of a particular module you must enable the RSS feed and specify the settings (e.g. how many articles to display, what kind of article).

Note for using RSS in Forums

after you've enabled RSS in Admin--->Server--->RSS:

then:

Admin Page--->Modules--->Activites--->Forum--->Settings--->forum_enablerssfeeds=yes

This will enable the RSS option to appear in Forum properties of course.



Subscribing to RSS feeds

To subscribe to an RSS feed from moodle, click on the orange 'RSS' button and copy the address from your browser bar to your RSS reader software. Although most web browsers will automatically detect an RSS feed (IE7 and Firefox), moodle does not seem to be sending them the correct information (as of 1.5 - is this fixed in 1.6?)


See also