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How to create an RSS feed from your Facebook Page or Facebook Profile

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    How to create an RSS feed from your Facebook Page or Facebook Profile

    Here is a quick guide to creating an RSS feed (or ATOM feed) from your Facebook Group or Profile

    Facebook change this sort of thing regularly, however, at the tome of writing, it is working RSS feed from a Facebook Group


    1. Go to the Facebook Group page and get the group ID. It should be in the URL as a number or query – looking something like this: id=13503181319671 – however, if you can’t see it, try clicking on the profile image to get the ID in the URL.
    2. For an RSS, put the ID it at the end of this URL after the ‘=’: http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=rss20&id=
    3. For an ATOM feed, put the ID at the end of this URL after the ‘=’: http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?format=atom10&id=

    You should now be able to receive the status update via an RSS or ATOM feed

    To get an RSS feed of the notifications from your Facebook Profile:

    Log into Facebook

    1. Go to http://www.facebook.com/notifications.php
    2. Click the RSS feed button at the top which will give you a URL looking something like this: http://www.facebook.com/feeds/notifications.php?id=<your profile ID here>&viewer=623861399&key=69891f07ce&format=rss20


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      Written by Chris

      January 21st, 2011 at 1:13 pm

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      Instructions about how to back up and export webmail emails from Horde

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        Instructions about how to back up and export webmail emails from Horde

        Instructions about how to back up and export webmail emails from Horde

        Instructions about how to back up and export webmail emails from Horde

        If you’re using Horde to manage your webmail emails and want to back them up, you may have realised that it seems to be not as easy to do as you’d hope without going through and forwarding email groups individually

        Fortunately, it is actually pretty simple if you know how to do it and here’s how:

        1. Click on ‘mail’ on the left menu
        2. Click on ‘folders’ from the top menu
        3. Tick the boxes of the folders you’d like to export
        4. From the drop-down box ‘actions’ select ‘download’

        This will download your emails in an ‘MBOX’ container file format

        Alternatively, if you want to forward your messages in groups; view the emails you’d like to forward, tick the box next to them and then click on ‘forward’ which should be just above the top email

        Horde

        Horde

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          Written by Chris

          January 7th, 2011 at 4:17 pm

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          South Yorkshire Renewable Energy launch their new website

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            South Yorkshire Renewable Energy - suppliers and installers of Solar Panels and Underfloor Heating

            South Yorkshire Renewable Energy - suppliers and installers of Solar Panels and Underfloor Heating

            Based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire Renewable Energy are an established and well respected supplier and installer of solar panels, solar thermal units and under-floor heating

            Having just launched their new website, they are continuing their expansion and will be opening their show-home in banner Cross, Sheffield later in the year. Here, you’ll be able to see the renewable energy technology in action including a wall-mounted meter showing how much energy is being produced by their solar panels

            Director Richard Senior said “With escalating fuel prices and ever increasing heating bills, there’s never been a better time to install Solar Panels and Under-floor Heating. Both these technologies will help slash bills and are also therefore great for the environment.”

            “The government’s guaranteed feed-in tariff also means that you’ll also be paid for producing your own electricity. According to recent calculations by Miles Brignall of the Guardian, a typical Solar Panel installation costing £12,500 will also give you a return of at least £25,000”

            As an authorised and preferred partner of AVC Energy and Rehau, South Yorkshire Renewable Energy supply and install only the highest quality solar panels and underfloor heating solutions

            In 2011, South Yorkshire Renewable Energy will be providing and installing solar panels on 1000 homes for free. To apply or for more information, please call them on 0800 678 5789 or visit their website at www.south-yorkshire-renewable-energy.co.uk

            South Yorkshire Renewable Energy - suppliers and installers of Solar Panels and Underfloor Heating

            South Yorkshire Renewable Energy - suppliers and installers of Solar Panels and Underfloor Heating

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              Written by Chris

              January 6th, 2011 at 2:14 pm