"PubDate" is the time you last updated and published the
"Length" is the size of the file in bytes. On a Windows
computer, you can find this by going to the
MP3 file in Windows Explorer and right-clicking
on the file. Select "Properties."
The exact size of your MP3 is under "Size."
On a Mac, select the file and click "Apple+I"
to see the file information. The file size will
be shown under "Size." Enter in this
number without commas.
Note: Every time you add another podcast episode,
you will need to create another podcast episode,
or "item." Copy all the code from
<item> to </item> and paste this
text after the last </item>. Now, update
all the blue text with information for the new
Note: Some other podcast directories have created
their own code extensions to standard RSS. One
example is the iTunes directory. For more details
on adding iTunes' additional code, visit the iTunes
RSS specifications In the spirit of encouraging
an open standard, Yahoo! Podcasts has not created
any additional code of its own, but supports
commonly used standards, including iTunes'.
you've made these changes, save the file in
plain text format and with the file extension
"xml" (for example, "MyPodcast.xml").
Upload this file to your web host, just as you
did earlier for your MP3 file.