#2 Mar 12, 2005 10:51
thats a tough one, and here is why ...
typically the feeds are actually parsed out of an external file, thats been written to by the feed reader OR theyre inserted like they would be if they were piped to a temp file first. Either way, you need something to do the work. and plain ole' HTML cannot do it.
If you are deadset against <?php ... are you able to use, and open to using a server side include (CGI include)? if so, and if you have access to creating an .htaccess i can show you how to make cgi callouts, like SSI's available within .html files. From there you just need the feed reader, at that point the next question is are you able to have the feed reader itself be php based?