I want to submit http://www.tvseriesmusic.com/forum/rss.php to yahoo as you suggested, but I'm not familiar with Yahoo AppiD at all! They use the word "application," so does that also refer to my forum ?dcz wrote:You can as well register you main Feeds at Yahoo, like rss.php (or rss.xml).
Forums RSS Feeds can notify yahoo automatically using the Yahoo! Notifications API.
You'd have to apply for a Yahoo AppiD.
I read the instructions last time and read them before 2:43AM very early this morning. I read this yahoo page and got to this yahoo page http://developer.yahoo.com/wsregapp/index.php and this is where I have questions. Yahoo says that I can't change the information once I submit it. Thus, I want to ask these questions before submitting to make sure I do it right the first time.
Which choice do I need to choose? Clueless.*Authentication method: Click here for more information
Generic, No user authentication required
This appid will allow you to make calls to our non-authenticated web services
Browser Based Authentication
Use this option for browser applications
*Web Application URL:
For example: 'http://myapp.com/welcome.html'
So, for my forum, is the web application URL http://www.tvseriesmusic.com/forum or what?
Is this where I put the description of my forum?*Description of application:
(250 characters or less):
Which is the option that I should or need to choose?*Required access scopes: The user will be prompted to grant access every time he logs in:
Single Sign On, No user data can be accessed
Yahoo! Mail with Read/Write access
Yahoo! Taiwan Lifestyle with Read/Write access
Yahoo! Address Book with Read Only access
Please reply as soon as you can and insert your answer in between my questions to avoid missing any. Thanks.