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You can use built-in IMPORTXML function which imports data from a table or list within an HTML page. Here is the example: =IMPORTXML("http://www.google.com","//title") Some examples with similar meta tags: =IMPORTXML("http://www.google.com","//meta[@name='description']/@content") =IMPORTXML("http://www.google.com","//meta[@name='keywords']/@content")
The source file is bad. Data inside XML tags should be wrapped in CDATA. <xmltag><![CDATA[I am the data <strong>available</strong> for sale now]]></xmltag> X2JS doesn't support blacklisting certain tags. So you would have to either find an alternative, or change the source xml to appropiate XML standard.
The categorized RSS feed links might differ from site to site, CMS to CMS. For the given website, I did a quick google search for filetype:xml site:atvn.org(click it). It seems they have feed links like this - www.atvn.org/alumni/rss.xml www.atvn.org/blogs/rss.xml www.atvn.org/user/rss.xml www.atvn.org/news/2012/rss.xml etc. From the search results, ...
From: How to export Google search results You could try using Google AJAX Search API. For example querying the URL http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/web?v=1.0&q=Svick will give you results for my username in JSON. But it is deprecated http://code.google.com/apis/websearch
Do you have to use Google? I've read very good things about Yahoo's BOSS. And it provides the simple output (XML) you need.
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