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What is a RSS feed
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a XML format dedicated to website syndication. RSS allows readers to get new titles delivered directly to their desktops, using either the Internet browser or a RSS Reader.
How to use RSS feeds
If your Internet browser includes a RSS Reader (as Mozilla Firefox, Opera or Safari), your browser will automatically detect web pages that offer RSS feeds.
For more details, please see the corresponding documention on your favorite browser websites.
- In general, you will need a RSS Reader (also called News Reader). Some News Readers are web-based or email-based options, others are stand-alone applications. To subscribe a RSS feed is really easy, either by copying the URL and pasting it in your News Reader, or dragging the URL of the RSS feed into the News Reader.
How to get a News Reader
There are many News Readers available. You may choose along the following ones:
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or refer to list of readers:
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