What is an XML RSS Feed? What is an RSS Aggregator? Why Use an RSS Feed?
It sounds complicated, but essentially, RSS is just another way to deliver news or current information to your desktop. In order to get the information from a source, you need two things:
1. An RSS Reader or Aggregator.
2. The address of the feed you want to subscribe to.
Put these two together, and you'll have the feed delivered to you.
So let's walk through setting up and receiving the animal rights information news RSS feed from GEARI.
1. Get a RSS feed reader. Many exist, and it's a matter of preference of use. I cannot recommend any particular one. Just try one, and if you like it, keep it. If not, switch it. Here is a list of readers:
2. Once you have picked a reader and are some what familiar with the interface, add the GEARI feed address (http://geari.blogspot.com/atom.xml) to the reader. You will find a place to add a feed address in your reader. This should say something like "Add Feed." Just cut and past the feed RSS address into the "Add Feed" section.
That's it! As long as every thing is working properly, every time you open the reader, you will see the GEARI animal rights RSS information news feed in your reader. If any thing is new from us, you will see the headlines from the postings with a link to the item which will be on our site.
See, easy. It's as simple as that. Dive in and do it. It truly is one of the fastest and most efficient ways to stay up to date on current animal rights news and information.
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