What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an easy way to receive automatic updates from your chosen websites. Instead of going to a website, the website will send you a message every time there is something new. Clinical Chemistry offers RSS feeds of current headlines.
How can I make use of RSS?
If you are web visitor, you need to install a software called News Reader (sometimes called Aggregator) on your desktop computer. All you have to do then is to use your News Reader to subscribe to the RSS content. This display the latest headlines and content from your chosen websites.
If you are a webmaster and want to integrate bjsports.com RSS feed headlines into your website, you are very welcome to do so. Tools such as RSS Digest or server side scripts (such as php or perl) allow you to integrate RSS feeds to your website.
How do I a get a News Reader?
There are various RSS News Readers available for download from the net. Some of the best News Reader are free. Click the following URL to locate a suitable one for you:
How can I sign up to RSS feeds from heartjnl.com
Please click on the orange RSS feed button below, which will take you to the RSS feed page. Choose whether you want to receive the current issue or the last two issues by RSS. Click the XML button of your choice and copy and paste the URL (web address for the RSS feed) on to your News Reader. Then follow the instructions of the particular News Reader you've installed.
Want to learn more about RSS?
Visit webreference.com for a gentle introduction to RSS and syndication
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