Create and Embed RSS Feeds With XSitePro Website Design Software

March 14, 2011 by  
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Learning Center for Xsitepro the Old Version

Xsiteprohas been around for at least 3 years or so. Version 1 was the first version and after many upgrades and much success the folks at Xsitepro finally created a totally new version….Version 2. With the advent of Version 2, Xsitepro has crossed the hurdle from being an ordinary run of the mill website building application to a stellar application with many advanced features…..yet still is newbie friendly.

Xsitepro’s claim to fame was that it provided a way for newbies or those just entering the fine art of website building to get a website created and uploaded to the world wide web. Programs such as Dreamweaver, Frontpage, NVU to name a few were very good website editors but can’t compare to the simplicity of Xsitepro. Many newbies owe their web presence to Xsitepro.

As Xsitepro developed and it’s use has been simplifed by other users there have been a pile of 3rd party applications, courses and ebooks to help explain and make the use of Xsitepro even easier. Every week I search around for a good Youtube video that will further explain how to use at least one aspect of Xsitepro, most are really helpful.I know you’ll find these videos helpful.

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This XSitePro Tutorial shows you how easy website design software XSitePro can be used to create and embed RSS feeds into your website. Visit www.xsitepro.com to find out more about XSitePro web design software.

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One Response to “Create and Embed RSS Feeds With XSitePro Website Design Software”
  1. nk says:

    Have you tried Channelorama yet?

    Channelorama offers a very simple and easy way to embed RSS channels into your web page. Simply select a channel of your choice (in Listing or search for it), click on its Embed link, get its code, and include it in your web page. You can preview the channel online before actually including it.

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