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Thread: Quick xml updater

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    Quick xml updater

    I've got a blog on my site, using an xml file to get the posts.

    My question is, where would I start to make a little flash site that would let me update the xml file without re-uploading a new version to the server. I assume I would need to use PHP and AS . I'd take variables from textboxes (Title and body) also, it would need to get the date automatically. Then, I would have to use PHP or something to put those variables into my xml file with the correect tags and save it.

    I'm not sure if this is really complex or quite easy. I don't know where to start.

    Any help or suggestions are welcome.


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    Hi ben, well i answered this like 5 posts below your one, so here is the link


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    Cool, Thanks - I did a quick search, but it obviously wasn't good enough.

    I'll have a look now...

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    any doubt, just drop me a line

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    Could you post an example, so I can see how it all fits together please?

    I think I understand what the code does, but I'm not sure.


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    in the link i provided i wrote an example but if you tell me what fields are you using i can show you some code...

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    I saw the code in the link, and I think I can understand how it works, but if you could do an exaple that will work for my xml file, that would be great. What I actually meant was could you do me a little example .fla that would add a post to an xml file that would really help me. Then I could tinker with your example, having a base to work off so to speak. If you don't, could you tell me where the code needs to go.

    I've attatched my xml file if you need to look at it.

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