The RSS Format
Anatomy of a JL-RSS Feed
A JL-RSS feed is composed of the following elements:
RSS container: Standard RSS and name space declarations
Channel container: Channel definitions
If all of your ads have values in common - e.g. all of the ads are for one country - you can declare a default value here (see possible channel elements).
Items: these are individual content items, each one of which is in single, unique ad. Items are nested within the channel:
In the case of several images for a single ad being available, images can be nested within an item.
In the case of titles and descriptions for a single ad being available in different languages, content blocks must be nested within an item (for more information see below and examples).
Declaring the RSS and Channel Containers
Your JL-RSS file should start like this:
And end like this:
NB: As a standard we use UTF-8 encoding for JL-RSS so we can handle all languages.
After the first part of the RSS Container, you declare your channel like this:
And before the second part of the RSS Container, you close the Channel container like this: