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    Well just as a point of information, the gfeedfetcher update (like the script it's based on) has more built in flexibility, can handle dates and times without your needing to code for that, anticipates future possible glitches, is more modular, but requires slightly more upfront code loading. So, if you're using it a lot (on two or more pages or for several instances on a page), and/or want the flexibility of easily combining feeds, and/or including ATOM feeds, it's the obvious choice. It does require some usage learning, if you're not already familiar with the gfeedfetcher approach.

    Then again, if you just want one page and three feeds or less, and want to tailor the callback function(s) (output) in very specific ways, perhaps you would want to go with the JavaScriptKit modification, which can be further modified by you (with or without my help) to deal with specific output requirements and/or any other glitches which may or may not arise. Note that the JavaScriptKit modification could be made modular, so that only one main function would be required for two or more feeds on a page, as long as the output format were the same or similar for all of the feeds. It would be difficult to make it handle ATOM feeds.

    Further, both mods have the advantage over their respective predecessors of being able to run on an SSL (htpps/secure) page, which neither of the previous code versions for either script could do.
    Last edited by jscheuer1; 09-04-2017 at 01:57 AM. Reason: add info
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    Oh, and here's a modular version of the updated JavaScriptKit method:

    Code:
    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Simple YQL Modular Version</title>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
    
    </head>
    <body>
     
    <div id="qznews"></div>
    <div id="nbcnews"></div>
     
    <script>
    function parsefeed(cfig, c){
    	var numretries = 30; // increase this number (number of retries) if you're still having problems
    
    		//////// No Need To Edit Beyond Here Unless You Want To /////////
    
    	var counter = typeof c === 'number'? c : numretries;
    	var head = document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0];
    	var s = document.createElement('script');
    	window["callback_" + cfig.id + (--counter)] = function(r){
    		head.removeChild(s);
    		if(r && r.query && r.query.count === 0 && counter > 0){
    			return parsefeed(cfig, counter);
    		}
    		window.console && console.log(cfig.id + ': ' + counter); // for optional diagnostic info - may be removed or commented out
    		//r now contains the result of the YQL Query as a JSON
    		var feedmarkup = '<p>', i = -1;
    		var feed = r.query.results.item // get feed as array of entries
    		while (++i < feed.length){
    			feedmarkup += '<a href="' + feed[i].link + '">';
    			feedmarkup += feed[i].title + '</a><br />';
    			feedmarkup += feed[i].description + '</p>';
    		}
    		document.getElementById(cfig.id).innerHTML = feedmarkup;
    	};
    	var baseurl = "https://query.yahooapis.com/v1/public/yql?q=";
    	s.src = baseurl + encodeURIComponent(cfig.query) + "&format=json&callback=callback_" + cfig.id + counter;
    	head.append(s);
    }
    parsefeed({id: 'qznews', query: 'select * from rss(0,5) where url = "http://qz.com/feed/"'});
    parsefeed({id: 'nbcnews', query: 'select * from rss(0,5) where url = "http://feeds.nbcnews.com/feeds/topstories"'});
    </script>
    </body>
    </html>
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    Hi,

    Unfortunately, YQL based services will not working anymore.

    On Jan. 3, 2019, YQL service at http://query.yahooapis.com will be retired. YQL based services that use http://query.yahooapis.com , including users of http://datatables.org , will no longer operate.
    How we can manage this problem? What can we do to keep using gAjax RSS Feeds Displayer?

    Thank you in advance.

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    OK, I did that, and was unable to easily find any information about needing to register applications. Perhaps I had imagined it. I did, however, find an official Yahoo announcement that they are terminating active development of YUI dated 8/14! In that announcement they said that they would continue to add fixes/patches essential for "Yahoo properties", but that active development would cease. It's unclear if that has anything to do with the current issues with the YUI/YQL based RSS scripts or not.

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