Hi there, two things I notice that need to be changed:
So I created this config file:
Full-Text RSS will only look for
.itsgoingdown.org.txt if the URL of the feed item being processed points to a sub-domain such as
https://something.itsgoingdown.org/... If the URL is
https://www.itsgoingdown.org/..., then the site config file should be named
itsgoingdown.org.txt (without the preceding dot).
with this content:
If I look at the first URL in the feed you provided, it’s currently this article.
If I open ‘view source’ in my browser and search for “red-border”, I only find one instance in a section element:
<section class="col-lg-6 col-md-6 col-sm-12 red-border double front">
If this is the element you’re trying to extract, the XPath selector
//section[@class='red-border'] will not work as it only matches
<section> elements with exactly that class attribute value, i.e,
You will need to use something like the following:
body: //section[contains(@class, 'red-border')]
This selector should work fine on this site, but using contains() in this way means you could also be selecting elements such as
<section class="red-border-round double front">, which might not be what you want. The closest equivalent of the CSS selector
section.red-border in XPath would be the following XPath expression:
body: //section[contains(concat(' ',normalize-space(@class),' '),' red-border ')]
Hope that’s some help.