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What are RSS feeds?

A website feed (also known as RSS - Really Simple Syndication) is a simple way for you to keep updated automatically on websites you visit regularly. Instead of visiting websites to find out if they've written a new article or feature, you can use a website feed to inform you every time the site is updated.

How Can I use RSS feeds?

To utitlise RSS feeds a program called a News Reader or a web page that supports RSS such as My Yahoo is required. This displays website feeds(commonly news articles) from your selected sites on your computer for quick and easy access. All you then have to do is select which feeds you want to be kept up to date with.

There are a growing range of News Readers available; click here to find links to the most popular products. Make sure the Reader you select meets your system requirements.

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At the moment we offer feeds for all our articles. If you would like a feed set up for another specific section, let us know.
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