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What Are Sub-elements of the entry Element?

The "entry" element has the following sub-elements defined:

  • <author> - Specifying the personal information about an author of the contents provided in this feed entry. A feed element may have zero, one or more author sub-elements.
  • <category> - Specifying the category information of the contents provided in this feed entry. A feed element may have zero, one or more category sub-elements.
  • <content> - Specifying the content of this feed entry. A feed element may have zero, or one content sub-element.
  • <contributor> - Specifying the personal information about a contributor of the contents provided in this feed entry. A feed element may have zero, one or more contributor sub-elements.
  • <id> - Specifying a URI that universally and uniquely identifies this feed entry. A feed element must exactly one id sub-element.
  • <link> - Specifying a URL location of a Web page as a reference to this feed. A feed element may have zero, one or more link sub-elements. But if there is no content sub-element in a feed entry, at least one link sub-element with rel="alternate" is required.
  • <published> - Specifying a time stamp of when this feed entry was originally published A feed element may have zero or one published sub-element.
  • <rights> - Specifying the information about the copyrights for this feed. A feed element may have zero or one rights sub-element.
  • <source> - Specifying a feed entry in another feed document if this entry is a copy of that entry. A feed element may have zero or one source sub-element.
  • <summary> - Specifying a summary for this feed entry. A feed element may have zero or one summary sub-element. However it is recommended that each feed entry to have one summary sub-element.
  • <title> - Specifying a title for this feed. A feed element must have exactly one title sub-element.
  • <updated> - Specifying a time stamp of when this feed was updated. A feed element must have exactly one updated sub-element.

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  1. Are Atom Feed Files XML Documents?
  2. How Many Document Types Are Defined for Atom Feed Files?
  3. What Is the Structure of Atom Feed Documents?
  4. What Are Sub-elements of the feed Element?
  5. How To Generate a Feed title Element?
  6. How To Generate a Feed subtitle Element?
  7. How To Generate a Feed link Element?
  8. How To Generate a Feed id Element?
  9. How To Generate a Feed update Element?
  10. How To Generate a Feed author Element?
  11. How To Generate a Feed category Element?
  12. What Are Sub-elements of the entry Element?
  13. How To Generate a Feed Entry link Element?
  14. How To Generate a Feed Entry title Element?
  15. How To Generate a Feed Entry summary Element?
  16. Can One Atom Feed Document Have Multiple Entries?

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