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Chris Morton said, "Lately I've been visiting a few websites to which I'd
like to subscribe through their RSS feed. So I click their RSS icon only to
be shown a page of XML code. How do I make use of this?"
I've run into this several times, and I don't think there is a way to use
the XML, per se. My method is to send them an email telling them that their
RSS feed is not working correctly. Usually, someone will fix it. Sometimes I
even get thanked tor letting them know. I think it is one of those things
that happens when a page is rearranged, and some key marker character is
missing, so instead of giving you the usual feed selection, it displays the
Margaret Cekis, Johns Creek GA
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