Drupal and feedburner

by David on February 21, 2007

Feedburner is a very useful resource on the web. For those not in the know, it allows you to use its cache of your RSS or Atom feeds as your public feeds. And it can convert RSS to Atom, and can present the feed nicely styled with CSS and it delivers usage stats to you.

Very useful.

So I was wondering, now I’m back with Drupal again, what the best way might be of using feedburner with the the numerous feeds Drupal generates.

I’ve seen some advice on mucking about with .htaccess, which i can happily do, but it’s not exactly friendly and as I’m looking for a project in order to get to grips with the new module system in Drupal 5, I’m wondering if there are enough hooks in th API to allow a feedburner module to tak over the job.

I’ll report back

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You might want to check out You might want to check out the Drupal FeedBurner integration module (http://drupal.org/project/feedburner) that I’ve been working on recently. Hope this helps!

by Anonymous on March 29, 2007 at 7:30 am. #

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