Editing syndication feed settings in phpBB 3.0
Many site owners wish to enable syndicated feeds for their site content. This broadcasts any new content added to your site to subscribers so they are aware of it almost instantly. This can help bring visitors back to the community to engage in conversation, growing your site and boards more quickly. PhpBB uses the ATOM standard for syndication feeds, which is another alternative to the other popular RSS standard.
The tutorial below explains how to navigate to the site feed settings section as well as give explanations for the different settings in order to help you customize your phpBB board.
How to modify syndication feed settings in phpBB 3.0
- Log into your phpBB admin dashboard.
- From there, click on the General tab if the screen is not already focused on it.
- Once you land on the General tab you will see several categories listed on the left hand sidebar. Click on the Feed Settings link found under the Board Configuration category.
- You are now on the Feed Settings management screen. From here you can customize your feeds by altering the different settings. The settings themselves are broken up into four sections. They are the General Feed Settings, Post-based feed settings, Topic-based feed settings, and Other feeds and settings.
General Feed Settings
Enable Feeds This setting is the master switch and will turn the ATOM feeds either on or off entirely. This setting supercedes all other settings on the page. Item Statistics Enabling this setting allows the display of individual statistics on the feed items such as views, replies, date and time, etc. Allow HTTP Authentication This setting can be used to enable HTTP authentication to allow users to receive content otherwise hidden to guest users.
Post-based Feed Settings
Number of Items Set the maximum number of items to display in your feed. Enable Board-wide Feeds Setting for enabling/disabling board-wide new posts in the feed. Enable per-forum Feeds Enables/disables single forum and subforum posts. Enable Per-topic Feeds Enables or disables single topic new posts.
Topic-based Feed Settings
Number of Items Sets the max number of items to display in the feed. Enable New Topics Feed If enabled, displays the last topics created and also includes the first post. Enable Active Topics Feed When enabled, displays the last active topics including the last post for the topic. News Feed This setting pulls and displays the first post from each forum selected from the list.
Other Feeds and Settings
Enable Forums Feed This setting enables a feed for All forums. Exclude these Forums Use the list to the right and select any forums you wish to exclude from the feeds.
- Once you have configured your syndication feed settings, click on the Submit button to save them.
‹Section 7: How to manage post settings in phpBB 3.0
›Section 9: How to Configure User Registration Settings in phpBB 3.0
We value your feedback!
There is a step or detail missing from the instructions.
The information is incorrect or out-of-date.
It does not resolve the question/problem I have.
new! - Enter your name and email address above and we will post your feedback in the comments on this page!
Working with General Settings in phpBB 3
2014-07-25 6:28 pm
merci pour cette brillante explique , mais je n'ais pas trouvé ca sur mon forum :
2014-07-25 6:40 pm
Apologies, but we do not normally support foreign languages for support. So all of our translations occur through Google Translate.
I am not sure what you are asking, but I think it seems like you are looking for RSS on your website, or for your website. Please view this article on RSS for more information.
What is RSS?
Translated to French:
Désolé, mais nous ne soutenons pas normalement langues étrangères pour le soutien. Donc, toutes nos traductions se produisent par Google Translate.
Je ne sais pas ce que vous demandez, mais je pense qu'il semble que vous recherchez RSS sur votre site web, ou pour votre site web. S'il vous plaît consulter cet article sur le RSS pour plus d'informations.
What is RSS?