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The following is how implement using javascript for displaying the Muscle Mag Fitness RSS feed on your own website to create additional dynamic content for your website. This will allow you to display headlines from syndicated content around the web on your website, including the great news, information and unique articles only offered by the experts at Muscle Mag Fitness

RSS to Javascript
By far the easiest method is to use client side javascript to parse and display the headlines on your site. To achieve this all you need to do is cut and paste some HTML or javascript code into your web page where you want the RSS feed headlines to display.

To achieve this there are several sites that offer a free service that will allow you to select a few options to choose your feed source and display formatting parameters. The sites will then auto generate javascript code that you can cut and paste into your website.  Although you will achieve your goal of displaying dynamic content on your site in a few short minutes there are some downsides to this method,  Javascript is not search engine friendly.  The search engine spiders will not see the RSS feed you have parsed into your site and so this will not benefit you in regards to being credited with Muscle Mag fitness’s huge amount of unique content to improve your search rankings. All is not lost however, because our readers will still get to enjoy the content though, and because of this alone you will increase web traffic and retain visitors. Ultimately, by having the content you will still improve your search engine rankings, through visitor loyalty and additional; back links that you will build through this loyalty for offering unique fresh content daily.
A second potential downside is that although the javascript is on your site you are actually calling a script on another server. This could lead to a couple of potential problems. If the server is busy it will mean the news feed will take longer to display on your site. The other point is if the third party server fails or disappears altogether then your feed will not be displayed at all.

In summary although there is a downside or two by using javascript, if you do not code and want some feeds on your site quickly then this is the way to go. Here are the links to the sites that provide the free RSS to javascript service. All you need to do is follow the on site instructions.
Google Ajax

Google AJAX Feed API seems to be the quickest way to embed an RSS Feed to your website or blog. Embedding the RSS Feed is quick and simple if you use that tool, and it should just take a few seconds for you to do that.

Go here, choose the layout of the embedded RSS feed widget. It can be a normal vertical layout, a vertical stack, or a horizontal bar that streams articles from your RSS Feed.

Click Preview to check out a preview of the widget, and then click Generate Code.

<!--[if !vml]-->How to add RSS feed to your site<!--[endif]-->

Copy and paste the generated code on your site and you’ll see the RSS feed embedded along with other elements on your web page.

However, you cannot specify a feed URL directly – there’s no option to do that. If you’ve got a blog, just type in its name and the Google AJAX Feed API will automatically discover the feed of that blog. If auto-discovery fails, you can manually edit the feed URL in the code.







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