How to teach someone new to RSS how it is done?

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I am new to the RSS process and looking to design a website that incorporates this process. I have the FeedForAll engine and know how to create the XML document with the Title, description, Publication (time and date) file but my hold up is: how to you include the RSS into the HTML to publish the XML RSS external file? What do I need, or what do I need to do in addition to my current process to get the HTML to read the XML RSS feeds? Please help. I am new to this, and I understand that it is supposed to be "Really Simple Syndication" but until you have done it once or twice it is foreign to me. Please put it into layman’s terms for me. Thank you.
ASKED: July 24, 2009  3:51 PM

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