What is RSS?
With RSS, it's easy to keep up to date with latest news from International Animal Rescue
What is RSS?
Many news portals, blogs and web publishers syndicate their content as an RSS feed to whoever wants to subscribe. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a free and easy way of automatically receiving the latest news and links from your favourite website or blogs, such as International Animal Rescue.
RSS feeds enables you to view the latest content from your favourite websites in one central place. You can save time as you don't have to revisit individual websites. You don't have to sign up to any mailing list, which helps to ensure your privacy.
How do I use RSS?
First, you need to choose an RSS reader/aggregator application or service.
Some newer web browsers such as Firefox, Opera and Safari offer a built-in RSS functionality which will detect whether the website you are viewing offers any RSS feeds. If detected it will then let you subscribe to those feeds, so they are available directly from your browser's 'bookmarks' menu.
You are also able to use web-based readers such as Google Reader, Bloglines and My Yahoo.
There are various software applications available to download that let you read RSS feeds such as:
FeedDemon, Feedreader or Newz Crawler for Windows and Newsfire or NetNewsWire for Mac OS X.
A list of various RSS applications can be found here.
What to do next?
Once you have chosen a RSS reader, all you have to then do is start subscribing to RSS feeds.
Most sites will have a button that links to the RSS feed, which will probably look like the orange one below:
To start subscribing to the feed, simply click the RSS button or copy this URL address in to your RSS reader. This button will let you subscribe to the International Animal Rescue RSS feed.
For a further explanation, read more at Wikipedia