Keith Brenton

I’ll be taking a break from blogging and email from May 26-June 5.

In the meantime, visit the blog of my friend, Keith Brenton. Keith is helping take us to the next level in our Wineskins site and MUCH more is to come later this year. Keith will be joining our Wineskins team as our webmaster beginning officially July 1. But he’s already been busy designing and coding a Wineskins Blog and a fresh feature called the WINESKINS NEWS FEED.

Below, Keith explains more about the feed for bloggers.

I’ve come up with a news feed for the New Wineskins magazine that you can place once on your blog or web site, and forget about it . . . and it will be automatically updated as new articles and blog entries are added to the New Wineskins site.

If you’d like to add this feature to your blog or site, just copy and paste the line of code below into your blog template or the HTML of your web page.

When someone clicks on a link to an article or blog post from the feed, it will be opened in a new window, with your blog or site underneath. You can format it with font or style tags before and immediately after to give it the appearance you desire.

As some of you know, I’m going to be trying to help Greg Taylor out with some of the webmastering of the New Wineskins site as he takes on new duties at Garnett Road in Tulsa (where Wade Hodges serves). After four years of serving as managing editor of the magazine – and successfully moving it from a printed to an online subscription publication (with free-access areas) – Greg is committed to continuing to broaden its scope and focus to Restoration churches and beyond.

This news feed is one idea that Greg cleared right away, and if you’d like to help by posting this news feed, we’d be grateful for your help.

Thanks very much!

Your brother,
Keith Brenton

Thank you very much, Keith!

By Greg Taylor Posted in General

5 comments on “Keith Brenton

  1. Oops! Greg’s slip is showing!

    He forgot that as soon as he popped that line of code into the center of his blog, it would appear – as the feed itself.

    So here’s the line of code, with the HTML code protected so it won’t show up as the feed again:

    <script language=”javascript” src=””></script>

    At least, I think that’ll do it!


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