WiscWeb - Using RSS Feeds for PubMed Publications
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Many faculty and staff members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison use different means of listing their published items. One such way is through PubMed, and the WiscWeb service has a workaround to be able to embed items from a PubMed feed into a UW Theme text area. Please be aware that the WiscWeb service cannot guarantee the accuracy of the listings at PubMed.
Your first step in this process is to find the appropriate list of publications for a particular individual.
- Either go directly to a specific publication of a person, or navigate to PubMed at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/.
- Within the article, click on the name of the individual you want to do a broader search for.
- You will be brought to a list of publications associated with the individual that you clicked on. At the top of the page, click on the Create RSS link.
- Give the feed that you are creating a name, as well as the number of items to display. Once those are set, click the Create RSS button.
- Once it's been created, you'll want to leave this browser window open as you'll need this URL to paste into the RSS feed code used on a WiscWeb page later.
Before proceeding, you will need the RSS embed shortcode found here: WiscWeb - Embedding RSS feeds
The RSS embed code that you will need to use is:
[uw-rss-feed url="https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/rss/search/1bg2GVePA8Ty-KMcxl3xl0HIVFWObVo9VtRX_DJqVuZ40rGklz/?limit=5&utm_campaign=pubmed-2&fc=20210224111055" title="AJ Romanowsky Publications" description="PubMed listing of publications by AJ Romanowsky" more-link="https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=Romanowsky+AJ&sort=pubdate" max-posts="5"]
Once your feed is placed, and you have clicked Update to commit your changes, view your page and you should see that your listing is now present. Please note that the max-posts option has a maximum value of 15.