An RSS feed is XML-based data used to publish frequently updated works such as news headlines, blog entries and technical articles in a standardized format.
RSS feeds include descriptive text, plus data such as publishing dates and authorship. These feeds benefit publishers by letting them syndicate content automatically. They benefit readers who want to subscribe to regular updates from favoured websites or to aggregate feeds from many sites into one place.
Web developers can use the content of RSS feeds and display them on their websites. Contact GO Soft to learn how to include the contents of an RSS feed in your website and how to create your own RSS feed and make it available to all.
16. Web Development Articles
17. Web Content Articles
18. Web Accessibility Articles
19. User-Centered Design Articles
20. Usability and User Research Articles
21. Persuasion and Sales Articles
22. Online Marketing Articles
23. Web Design Tutorials and Articles
24. Web Development Tips, Tutorials and Advice
25. Web Development Tutorials
26. Useful Information for Web Developers and Designers
27. PHP, CSS, MooTools, jQuery and Everything Else
28. Recent notebook entries from A Beautiful Site
29. Delicious Hotlist
This icon usually indicates the availability of an RSS feed.
Different sources will tell you that RSS stands for different things. Below are the three most popular.
RDF Site Summary
Rich Site Summary
Really Simple Syndication