Hi there. I’ve just got wordpress up and running – very lovely it is too.
I’d like to display the most recent few blog posts on my site home page, which is not managed by wordpress. I could hack together an RDF parser that fetches an appropriate feed URL, parses it and displays it, but it seems a bit ugly:
(a) because the feeds appear to be dynamically generated, a MySQL/wordpress failure would take down the homepage.
(b) if the site gets a lot of traffic, it would hammer the server.
I’m therefore looking for a way to have wordpress write out a file containing a feed or summary HTML that can be included in the home page when any blog post is created or edited.
I’m a software developer, so if there’s nothing around I’m sure I can write one with a few pointers.
Many thanks again for the great product,
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