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What's RSS?

What is an RSS feed?
RSS stands for "Really simple syndication". An "rss feed" shows the latest headlines for a website or a weblog. By subscribing to a feed, anyone can follow the latest headlines from his favorite websites and weblogs. To read RSS feeds, one can use services such as bloglines or RSS reader which help you to read the feeds of your choice. When a website has an RSS feed, it is usually shown by one of these two buttons:
 

FeedOnSite enables you to put RSS feeds directly on your website. The only thing you need to know is the URL for the feed. You can find the URL for the feed by clicking on the RSS button on the website you want to grab the headlines from. Sometimes, websites also show the SITE button, as shown below. When you see that button, click it to go directly to FeedOnSite.com to grab the headlines from the website you were visiting and place them on your own website
   

 

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