About RSS

What is RSS?

RSS is an XML-based feed used to subscribe and get the latest web content updates. To use RSS, you'll need an RSS reader. An RSS reader downloads and displays the content from an RSS feed. To add feeds to your reader, click the RSS icon, then copy the link from the address bar into your reader.

How do I start using RSS feeds?

First, you will need a news reader. A news reader downloads and displays RSS feeds for you. Some news readers are software you download and install on your computer and others allow you to add RSS feeds to a web page. RSS readers include Google(www.google.com) and Bloglines(www.bloglines.com).

How do I add RSS feeds to my news reader?

In general, you can add feeds to your news reader by clicking on the orange RSS icon anywhere you see it. Copy the link from the address bar and paste it into your news reader.

RSS Feeds from Family Practice Management