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Please help me. My RSS don't work.
My RSS: ubuntovod.ru/ask/discussions/feed.rss
Open it, and you will see my problem.
Sorry for my eng
This feed does not validate.
* line 7, column 39: XML parsing error: :7:39: not well-formed (invalid token) [help]
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I would suggest the ampersand needs to be & because &A is not valid token...perhaps.
p.s. please don't winge. If the haven't answered it is becuase they don't know. the answer.
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grep is your friend.
If you look at the source the data seems to be there, is it a problem with the character encoding?
Yes, in source it's works. But i need, that RSS is work if i open http://ubuntovod.ru/ask/discussions/feed.rss, not source.
Are you declaring utf-8 ?
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Yes. Try to explain in more detail. A few days ago my RSS looks like here:
But now it's looks this:
Please, help me
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Just like to add to the discussion if I may, in case it helps.
An RSS feed for one of my forum categories, renamed "English, European & World Football" was blank like the OP's was.
The category URL didn't have the ampersand, it ended "english-european-football" (the previous title). Changing the category URL didn't help.
However, I changed the category's title replacing '&' with 'and', and this resolved the problem. I didn't check the feed in the W3 validator though I first came across the issue when TweetFeed wouldn't parse the RSS url, but this thread gave me the idea to alter it and it worked.
Noting this just in case there's a bug with the way Vanilla puts '&' into RSS, or alternatively if RSS doesn't like it in any way.
the correct thing to put is & not &
& produces ampersand. & indicates you are about to start a special character.
Putting it in a category title, I assumed it would change it to & but it's ideal to know the correct way. If I was putting it in html i'd have used & and not a plain &