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What is a RSS feed and how can I create one?
12/20/04

I'm sure you already met the above images on various sites or weblogs.

The images can be created using RSS Graphic Tool; see also RSS Button Collection. There are talks now about accepting a standard image - Feed Icons.

RSS is an open protocol for publishing/syndicating the information on Web. An RSS ( or RSS Feed ) - Rich Site Summary feed - is a XML file, which describes the updated content of a site. Initially this protocol was used by Netcape in order to create My Netscape pages; then RSS was adopted by the news syndication services and weblogs.

Recently RSS has turned 6 - see RSS history and versions.

RSS is also considered the abbreviation of RDF - Resource Description Framework Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication.

A RSS file includes a logo, link and title of the site, and also the news items; each item consists of the URL of the news, a title and a description.

Systems called aggregators ( online systems - the best knows is Bloglines; read why I love Bloglines ) or desktop RSS Readers read RSS feeds and inform the subscribers on the news on the corresponding site; thus the information is syndicated. The contents of RSS feeds is stored in databases, which can be searched using different search keys.

By subscribing to RSSs you are able to monitor different sites without having to visit them periodically; also you reduce the possibility of receiving viruses and spams by newsletters.

The search engines specific to RSS index the information in a few seconds/minutes after the RSS feeds were updated, while the classic search engines make the new information visible in a few days.

This is why the RSS feeds and weblogs - which produce RSS - are called the World Live Web.

More at RSS and Weblog-uri ( in Ro ) - eLearning eJournal.
RSS: the next big thing is useful in many domains.
See also RSS Quick Start Guide for Educators, RSS Workshop, Tools for RSS

A technology similar with RSS is Atom ? se AtomEnabled.org, RSS and Atom compared.

The weblog systems automatically create RSS feeds. But how can you create a RSS for your site?

Here there are some solutions - see also RSS Compendium - RSS Editors:

Which is the variant you use to create the RSS for your site?

Check with BlogsBattle the notoriety / visibility of your site, which is assured by your RSS; and learn how to create a better RSS.

Posted by Carmen at 06:20:00 pm into the following categories: Despre RSS, Notes in English


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Carmen Holotescu
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