Your Guide To Extending RSS Feeds in Drupal August 5, 2013 in Development, Drupal 4 Comments on this post. Drupal Kurdish Hi, Robert thank you , for this Guide , however , I am looking to fetch content from other Websites are not provide RSS , or XML , at all. thank you . arpieb Well, that’s going to be a totally different mechanism – it sounds like you’re looking for some kind of HTML parsing solution. If you’re using PHP, I’d recommend using something like QueryPath (http://querypath.org/) to parse content from an HTML page. However, if the site you’re trying to pull content from doesn’t provide an RSS or XML feed – they most likely don’t intend for their content to be syndicated. You might want to take that into consideration as copyright issues might arise. Drupal Kurdish thank you, however the Language I am trying to Work on there is not much Regulation Copyrights, applied yet . anyway thank you again , for replying I AM appreciate it. bangpound Views RSS is one method, and the modules you described are fine ones to use. I needed to make a podcast feed, and iTunes Views RSS module (which has dependencies on still other Views RSS modules) was not up to the task. Supporting additional fields was difficult especially when working with files or images. The Views UI cannot hold the couple of dozen fields required to configure a iTunes podcast. It tried, but it’s a lot of fields all configured in one difficult to navigate modal. The solution I implemented is to use entity view modes and RSS Field Formatters https://drupal.org/project/rss_field_formatters. While I still had to write some code, working with entities and field formatters was a lot easier than Views RSS. There are fewer dependencies, too.