Dear admin I follow the chosen threads by subscribing to their RSS feeds. But there is one disfunctionality that teases me on a dailty basis. whenever I see a new post notification, i click the link it redirects me to the very first (starting) post instead of directing me to the newly posted one. Would you be able to configure it anyhow. It would save me lots of time.
I know I've seen the RSS option on the board, where is the link to follow that way?
Well.... IMHO that's a huge shortcoming of web browsers! One of the most comfortable ways of being informed about new content published is not implemented in browsers Instead of having the feaure built-in, user needs to install a plugin to have it.
To fully enjoy RSS feature one needs to have an RSS reader (i.e. have either an account in an Web-based service or a piece of software installed locally on his machine.)
Here is a snapshot of how it look in my browser after clicking the RSS plugin icon.
In fact each topic should have its own RSS channel.
after subscribing to the forum RSS channel I get subscribed to a channel with ALL new entries on the forum. Visible at the second screenshot.
That;s also a bit of an issue. But what I claimed about was that after I clicked the link in my RSS reader it redirects me to the very first (starting) post of the thread instead of the newly posted one.
Maybe it's a shortcoming of the forum's software. This is done by Proboards, perhaps you could contact them?
well..I entered the forum of the forum (Polishing the polish version :-)) And before bothering admins I searched it for "RSS" word, but it returned 67 pages of results. I think once I'm more free I'll peruse over the issue and try to be more specific in my search.
Post by smartliketruck on Jan 28, 2017 9:07:38 GMT -8
I'm curious as to what you may find, but on initial glance they haven't developed the RSS back end very much. If you look at the page source for this thread the only RSS link is for the overall forum RSS feed donkey32.proboards.com/rss/public
As I'm sure you're aware many other forum software packages have a RSS file for every thread so you can follow individual threads with your reader so the link would look something like donkey32.proboards.com/rss/public/thread/2170 Edit: after a cup of coffee and waking up a little more and re-reading your post - yup you are aware
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