# RSS (most commonly translated as "Really Simple Syndication") is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as ...
# Real simple syndication (RSS) is a relatively new and easy way to distribute content via the Internet. ...
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# RSS feeds are XML formats used to publish frequently updated content. People wishing to view this content can subscribe to a RSS feed via a feed reader which checks the content periodically for updates.
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# are simple XML-based systems that allows users to subscribe to their favourite websites. Using RSS, webmasters can put their content into a ...
# Headlines and news stories, usually from major newspapers, that can be fed into any web site on a chosen topic.
# A feed contains information that is delivered using a syndication standard, known as Really Simple Syndication. ...
by Will Apse6 years ago
For people who never use RSS feeds for any reason, I reckon it would be worth giving them the option of disabling the feature.RSS feeds make it too easy for content to be stolen.
by laswi8 years ago
RSS is expanded as Really Simple Syndication and it is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video in a standardized format.
by Mike Russo6 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by StricktlyDating6 years ago
How does RSS feed work and how would you use it to promote your Hubs?
by Wendy Iturrizaga7 years ago
Hello, HubMobsters, welcome to a new month and a new exiting HubMob weekly topic. This time after a difficult Diabetes Awareness week we are going to jump to lighter topics and we are going to be writing...
by Leona J Atkinson10 years ago
Why can't I subscribe to the RSS feed for my pages? I wanted to add the RSS Feed from my Hub Pages to my Blog in Yahoo 360 but when I click on the link to subscribe to the feed a message comes up that says...
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