OPML help required

Discussion in 'XML' started by ebeneke@telkomsa.net, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Hi there,
    I frequently see some green colored links and descriptions under
    certain SERPS. I know that this is done with OPML but mine does not
    show up. Is there another trick I should know about perhaps? I created
    my OPML file and uploaded it to the root of my server (where the
    website files reside). I have added the line <LINK REL="subscriptions"
    type="text/x-opml" title="blah blah blah" href="blah.opml" /> to the
    HEADER of my index.html file. I've done everything according to the
    book - or have I now? Thanx for listening. Regards, Etienne.
     
    , Feb 22, 2007
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