I'm looking for someone who knows a great deal about RSS feeds. We have a client who is currently publishing articles to a "blog" that we created in php. We set up RSS Feeds for the articles published, however, we have the following problems with it: 1) The RSS Feeds are not full text 2) The formatting is not correct 3) Images are not included in the feed We would like to: 1) Fix the above problems, make the RSS Feed full text, with correct formatting and with the images (when applicable). 2) Add a feature whereby we could add podcasts to the blog (via post similar to the way we post the articles now). the podcast files should be playable in the RSS feeds and on the web through a flash player. That's it. *** other info: /nola/ - where the /nola/ part of the site is housed. /seattle/ - where the /seattle/ part of the site is housed. The code in both of these folders are identical. When I post a new "blog" or "article" post through my admin panel, I choose whether it will appear on the nola page, or the seattle page, or both, and then it appears as indicated. If it is posted to /nola/ it appears at: [url removed, login to view] and on the feed: [url removed, login to view] Similarily, if it is posted to /seattle/ it appears at: [url removed, login to view] and on the feed: [url removed, login to view] What we are looking to do is to change the way these original feeds work. We want them to be full text RSS feeds with proper formatting. Further, I would like to have the ability to post an "article" that encloses a Podcasts. This, of course, will include amending the existing form to allow us to upload the podcast file (not sure what filetype - all popular?), and then the article will appear on the website and through the RSS feed with the podcast playable through a flash based player.
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