Setting up the Syndication module

Carry out the following steps to set up the Syndication module:

1. Download the Syndication module from the following link, and install it just like a normal Drupal module. Refer to Chapter 1, The Tools You'll Need, for step-by-step module installation instructions.

2. Go to, or go to your admin screen and click on the Administer | Content Management | RSS feed syndication link. You'll see the RSS feed syndication screen, as shown in the following screenshot:

RSS feed syndication

The configuration options have been saved


The number of columns to use on the display page? S Blogs

Should be blogs be Included on the syndication page?





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Select the vocabularies which should appear in the Categories block on the syndication page Taxonomy terms with no nodes: © Do not show terms which are not used by any nodes O Show terms which are not used by any nodes


Select the views wMch should appear In the Weivs block on the syncldatlon page ^Save configuration) (Iteset to defaults)

3. Enter the number of columns you would like to have displayed on the syndication page.

4. Select Blogs if you would like each user's blog RSS feed to show up on the syndication page.

5. Under Vocabularies, select the category that you would like to show up on the syndication page.

6. You probably should leave the Taxonomy terms with no nodes option, set at the default of Do not show terms which are not used by any nodes.

7. Click on Save configuration.

8. Visit the following link: You should see a screen similar to the following screenshot:

RSS feeds

Recent Blog Authors

° : RSS feed

° admin: RSS feed

° kable: RSS feed

At your drupal site, all users and each user, have an RSS feed for their blog.

Search users:

Enter a usemame to view her

blag reed, and other details.


( Search)

Categories Products



° computers (17)

° recradra (14)


gumu (19)

° -- gol (6)

0 slocri (12}


-- swul (9)

° -- clusluch (6)

0 tuchabawec (12)


thach (11)

° kjp (7)

° fro (50)


trecribrile (27}

° ho (5)

0 — seletariva (34)


-- blc (IS)

° frilaswoph (11)

0 swiph (24)


plswedrew (14)

° -- chu (2)

° uekocl (11)


fro (29)

° wovesevobeg (7)

° djh (12)


— slosishuk (15}

° vocrashu (3)

What about pages that aren't listed here?

Add / feed to any Drupal page to find out if there is a feed for that page. For example, if the URL of a page on your Drupal site is: change it to: and you'll see the RSS feed for that page.

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