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Topic # 5174 5-Oct-2005 09:27
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I have noticed a lot of site are using FeedBurner to supply RSS feed with XSLT...


But i like to get hold of the raw RSS-XML for use with my site etc... and i can't seem to be able to get those raw RSS-XML anymore :-(


could someone please enlighten me on how to dig out the raw RSS-XML that have been stored/provided via FeedBurner?

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Reply # 21044 5-Oct-2005 10:52
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This is the case with our own Geekzone RSS feeds. But the XSLT is only applied if the Browser User Agent is one that supports the feature - otherwise Feedburner will only send the XML.

Try our feed on Internet Explorer and then try saving it to disc and opening with Notepad - you will see it is just plain XML.





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