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|N.B RSS reader needs to be RSS2.0 compatible, e.g. Google Reader, RSSreader
If you're new to RSS feeds then this RSS explanation page will help
RSS FEEDS EXPLAINED
What is RSS?RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. RSS feeds are an easy and efficient way to receive notification when new information is available in a specific area of interest.
How Can I Benefit From RSS?RSS feeds save time, allowing users to receive notification only when new content is available. Web site visitors choose the information they wish to subscribe to and can unsubscribe from any feed at any point.
This YouTube video provides an excellent short introduction to the benefits of RSS feeds to their users. Check that your speakers are on and then just click the arrow.First you will need an RSS feed reader (also called a news aggregator) there are a number of RSS readers available. RSS readers are simply programs that display the contents of an RSS feed in an easy to read format.
To read the RSS feed in www.living-streams.co.uk, you will need a reader which is RSS version 2 compatible.
RSS Reader Suggestions (free RSS2 compatible)
For PC Windows Users - RSS Reader
For MAC Users - NetNewsWire
For browser access – Google Reader
Once you have an RSS reader
(1) click the icon or a link to the RSS feed to reach the feed page
Some readers will auto detect the presence of an RSS feed on a website and you can optionally choose to subscribe. BUT the standard subscribe button in RSS feed pages may only open your reader of choice and not subscribe the feed – always check and subscribe manually if necessary.
Sometimes you might end up seeing a strange page with several lines of code, e.g. if you are using Internet Explorer release 6. That is the raw XML file of the RSS feed, and in order to subscribe to that feed you will need to copy the URL and paste it on your RSS reader, after clicking on “Add subscription” or similar.
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