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Making Your List Of Lenses Into An RSS Feed

Posted on May 31 2007

The RSS module is a wonderful module for publishing fresh content on your lens, but because of a lensmaster called thefluffanutta it can also now be used to display your top lenses, in lensrank order. You know the order you see them on your ‘My Lenses’ screen? Your visitors can now see the links to them on your lens in the RSS module.

If you go to you’ll be able to use the tools TheFluffanutta has created. Free, of course.

If you scroll down to find ‘Lensmaster RSS Feed’, put your Squidoo username in the box, select ‘lenses only’ and click ‘Submit’. A page will then open. Now copy what the web address says (for me it says

Now take that link and paste it into your RSS module just like any other RSS feed, and there you have it. Your top lenses will display on your lens and update as your lensrank updates.

Don’t forget to rate the lensmaster-tools lens linked to above. And add it to your favourites so you can find it again.

– Lewis 🙂

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  1. Hi Lewis, the new blog looks great! Thanks for promoting my lensmaster tools, too. 🙂

    Note for other lensmasters: you can also get your faourites and your groups in RSS format too.


  2. mrlewissmile says:

    Thanks Fluffanutta!

    I will be posting about the other tools you’ve made soon 🙂

    – Lewis

  3. FYI – these tools have moved to Your RSS Feeds will now have shorter URLs, plus there some new tools too.

  4. Thanks for writing helpful lenses. I have only been at this since March 31. Not sure I understand the RSS Feed concept. Thanks for all that you do.

  5. shekhar says:

    thanx for the share!!

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