Extensible Markup Language - a set of rules for encoding documents in machine-readable form.

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If This Then That (ifttt) Preserve Whitespace RSS Feed

Can anyone help me out with a method to preserve white space/line breaks in an RSS-feed-to-email ifttt task? I have tried using xml:space="preserve", <![CDATA[ <br> ]]> and just plain ...
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Import current price from website to spreadsheet

As you can probably gather from the title, the goal is to plug the current price of this product into a spreadsheet. Perhaps I'm over-complicating things, but there must be an easy way to do this. ...
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How to return data from GitHub API in XML?

There is official GitHub API which returns data in JSON, but is there any way to return the data in XML format? JSON format example: https://api.github.com/repos/github/github-services/issues
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How to extract website title into row?

How to extract title (or other meta descriptions) of the website into row using Google Docs? E.g. www.google.com
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edX numerical input error “Sorry couldn't parse formula” when using inequalities

I am trying to create a question on edX Studio where the answer is an inequality. As far as I understand edX used the Mathjax library for which \ge or &ge; represent the ≥ symbol. I can use \ge ...
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Fetching category based XML Feeds

I am working on a web app for which I have to fetch RSS feeds for a specific website. Initially I was using Yahoo pipes but later on I found Yahoo pipes can not filter feeds as per categories. So ...
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Is there an online XML generator to generate xml code from a list of values ? [closed]

Is there an online XML generator to generate XML code from a list of values ? i.e. Value1 Value2 Value3 Value4 Value5 Value6 <item>Value1</item> <item>Value2</item> ...
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How to get Google search results in a simpler format?

Google search requires a JS enabled web browser to display the results. But I want a simple XML or JSON format, so my app can parse it. I looked into Web Search API but it is deprecated. I looked ...