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Topic # 195162 8-Apr-2016 12:41
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I will try just a straightforward question to start with.

 

I need to create 4 rss feeds

 

For Wellington related flights to and from and the same from Auckland Christchurch and Dunedin

 

The data in its raw state (i think thats what you call it) is this feed

 

https://grabaseat.co.nz/rss

 

All the information is in there

 

Is it a 10 minute solution or is it brain surgery?

 

 





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  Reply # 1528417 8-Apr-2016 13:18
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  Reply # 1528435 8-Apr-2016 13:42
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slingynz:

 

Use something like http://feedsifter.com

 

But json is more fun https://grabaseat.co.nz/vgrabview/destination/specials?airportCode=

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the reply

 

So i assume i put say wlg at the end of the second link 

 

https://grabaseat.co.nz/vgrabview/destination/specials?airportCode=wlg

 

 

 

when i do that and put it in the section for RSS feeds http://wlg.co.nz I get nought?

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1528446 8-Apr-2016 13:58
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Nah it won't work for the rss feed, you'll have to use the top link to set up a filter since it doesn't look like airnz provide any functionality for filtering the rss.

 

 

 

That second link is only useful if you can read json feeds




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  Reply # 1528475 8-Apr-2016 14:18
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slingynz:

 

Nah it won't work for the rss feed, you'll have to use the top link to set up a filter since it doesn't look like airnz provide any functionality for filtering the rss.

 

 

 

That second link is only useful if you can read json feeds

 

 

 

 

There is a json plugin thingy that you can get with wordpress and I am working with that trying to get a result 

 

thanks anyway





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  Reply # 1528478 8-Apr-2016 14:25
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slingynz:

 

Use something like http://feedsifter.com

 

But json is more fun https://grabaseat.co.nz/vgrabview/destination/specials?airportCode=

 

 

 

 

 

 

YE HAH!!!! It damm well works dont know what i was doing before

 

but see down the bottem

 

 

 

http://wlg.co.nz/

 

Thank you sir!!!





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  Reply # 1528511 8-Apr-2016 15:05
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gnfb:

 

slingynz:

 

Use something like http://feedsifter.com

 

But json is more fun https://grabaseat.co.nz/vgrabview/destination/specials?airportCode=

 

 

 

 

 

 

YE HAH!!!! It damm well works dont know what i was doing before

 

but see down the bottem

 

 

 

http://wlg.co.nz/

 

Thank you sir!!!

 

 

Hey nice work there. Going to bookmark your site :) :)




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  Reply # 1529965 11-Apr-2016 10:59
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Further suggestions of RSS feeds that pertain to wellington welcome

 

for http://wlg.co.nz

 

I also have akl.net.nz and chch.net.nz and dud.nz all will be setup like wlg.co.nz but localised.

 

 





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