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tedthrasher
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RSS Parser Problems

Post by tedthrasher » Tue Apr 20, 2004 3:14 pm

I'm trying to put an rss feed on one of my pages. when I do I get:

Notice: Undefined offset: 5 in d:\clients\5320\adultsresources.com\adultsresources.com\faq\xml\rss-parser.php on line 28

Notice: Use of undefined constant TITLE - assumed 'TITLE' in d:\clients\5320\adultsresources.com\adultsresources.com\faq\xml\rss-parser.php on line 37

Notice: Use of undefined constant LINK - assumed 'LINK' in d:\clients\5320\adultsresources.com\adultsresources.com\faq\xml\rss-parser.php on line 37

Notice: Use of undefined constant DESCRIPTION - assumed 'DESCRIPTION' in d:\clients\5320\adultsresources.com\adultsresources.com\faq\xml\rss-parser.php on line 37

and then the news article....

I've tried it completely out side of my site frame and get the same thing.

the url I'm testing it on ishttp://www.adultsresources.com/index2.php and the script stand alone at http://www.adultsresources.com/test.php

could anyone give me some advice. Sorry I only speak and write english.
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Post by Thorsten » Tue Apr 20, 2004 7:26 pm

Hi,

did you create the RSS files in the admin section?

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Post by tedthrasher » Tue Apr 20, 2004 8:32 pm

yes. that's why the data will show, but unfortunately I get all those notifications on top of the data.

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