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RSS FAQs

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is it?
A method for communicating summarized information (“RSS feed”), which is linked to more detailed information. It’s like skimming the headlines of a newspaper.

Why use it?
RSS allows information to flow directly to you from multiple sources without having to manually revisit all the websites. Every time a website is updated, the information flows into your “feed reader”. It’s FREE.

How to use it?
1. Try clicking on Kidoinfo’s RSS link and see what happens. rss feed Your browser (such as Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer) may have built-in support for viewing RSS feeds. Or you might see a mess of XML code – go to step 2.
2. Get free software and follow their instructions for subscribing to RSS feeds.
Try: Bloglines, Feedreader, Googler Reader, or NewsGator

What do you think?
Click comments below and tell us which RSS software you use and if Kidoinfo’s RSS feed works for you.

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– RSS history and details from Wikipedia
– Look up technology terms in Webopedia

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Written by Anisa Raoof