You have to create a search for your list first. The advanced search gives you various options to create a query. For example, you can search for the publications of a specific faculty, a chair, etc. If you want to create a publication list for a single person, you can search for his RZ user name. Also, you can combine the search fields and create querys like "All the articles of project xyz which are refereed".
Once you have defined your query, perform the search. Above the search results, you can export the list of results. Select "XML" from the dropdown menu (see figure) and push the "Export" button.
Now you see a page with your search results in XML format. Please copy the URL of this page.
For the representation of the XML list on a web page, you still need another XML file, in XLST format, containing the desired citation style. As a start, you are welcome to use the citation file below:
Of course, you can create your own citation style. We are happy to assist you with this.
You can embed a publication list to your own web page using the following php script: