You can easily see what am I talking about if you load the content of the site into your browser, then try to refresh manually a few times...
ARRRRGGGHHH ...oh man, right, now I see it too.
Man ne, I thought the <lastBuildDate>
was the timestamp where Google News was updated altogether. I noticed that when you are on the website, about every 20-30 minutes (haven't checked exactly yet) a message appears at the bottom left of the Screen that there is an updated version and if you want to update.
Therefore, as I said, the assumption that this is the <lastBuildDate>
But now that you have found out that this is only the timestamp when I or the [mRSS]
Measure has accessed the page, this is for me all ad absurdum.
And now for each feed to take the <PupDate>
I find exaggerated ... or in other words, this is like shooting with cannons on sparrows.
So the whole snot now flies out of the NewsFeed reader (what has to do with the <lastBuildDate>
) and I leave it at the update display, when the NewsFeed skin has updated. I need this among other things, because we are still trying out this update rate for the [mRSS]
Then still something to my COLOR PROBLEM (InlineSettings
I found out that if special characters occur in the feed, I then have this color play. So a feed is COLORFUL (multicolored), or in WHITE instead of e.g. blue.
If a feed has e.g. the character |
in it, the coloring breaks off at that point, and AFTER the |
character the feed has a different color.
If the feed contains the characters +++
three times in a row, the feed is COLORFUL.
So your solution from the other day to put a (?iu)
in front of my [mRSSItem] seems either NOT to be enough, or not quite the correct way to do it.