I had two projects to post, but as I'm getting no feedback from Support as to whether I need to post these separately or not I'll save the hassle and post them both together.
The project is in two parts. I need an application which checks if a link is present in the webpage URL in Column A (does not attempt to get RSS feed from Feedage). This is only for checking if the link exists at all in the original host webpage. This could be for heavy usage, such as checking as many as 3,000 web pages or more in Column A in the same file. The time pauses should be the same (though in practice it should complete quicker because there are no RSS feeds to get).
Build multi-threading version of RSS-getting application (original project), OR build several web-based clones of these to run at the same time. I need to be able to run 10 of these simultaneously. There are probably a number of ways to do this. Can I log into Feedage as a different identity for each run? Or are there other sites I can use as well as Feedage to get the RSS feed?
On the multi-threaded version, when it makes an RSS feed it pastes it in Column C as before. But every 20 RSS feeds that it finds it then copies all of them (the 200 rss feeds in Column C) and puts them into [url removed, login to view] and processes this to get one RSS feed (simply paste all 20 URLs into the box and click on Create: the result opens in a new window). It then pastes the resultant RSS feed URL in Column D to the right of the last rss feed in Column C which it has used for this. It does this every 20 RSS feeds that it finds. (If there is anything in Column D it is overwriiten, so from now on I will leave nots and any other information about the project in Column F, and also the first few rows of the file.)
(NOTE: When I look at the RSSMix URLs in a browser there don't seem to be any cinks there, because the body of the feed itself does not seem to be visible. Perhaps you could suggest a solution to this.)
At the end of the file there will probably be less than 20 RSS feeds from Feedage left over. So the application takes these (which have not been put into RSSMix before) and puts them into [url removed, login to view] and pasets the output RSS feed into Column D to the right of the final RSS feed from Feedage.
The application then copies all the feeds from [url removed, login to view] it has made and pastes them all into one block, one above the other.
I have an example of how all this would look, in the file [url removed, login to view]