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Solutions to some of podcasting's more technical challenges and nitpicky details.
What is an RSS feed?
What is an RSS feed? RSS (RDF/Rich Site Summary, or "Really Simple Syndication") is a file in the XML format. If you open an RSS feed in a text editor, you may notice it looks similar to the source code for an HTML page. A feed contains a <channel> tag, which details important information about the content of the feed, and a number of <item> tags, which in the case of a podcast, represent each episode. How do they work? Blogs have historically used RSS feeds so that people can sub
Embedding your podcast into web pages
You can embed the audio player for your episode in any content management system, blogging platform that supports adding HTML tags or the oEmbed protocol. Using HTML You’ll find the HTML code for an episode’s player in your Podiant dashboard. Click Episodes, then select the episode you’d like to embed. Click the Share tab and look for the row of text headed Embed. Click the line of code that starts with <iframe…, and it will be copied into your clipboard. You can then paste