What is RSS?
March 18, 2011 • News
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”. It’s used to deliver regularly updated content to those of you who wish to stay up-to-date on all the latest and greatest from a particular website. Each website can provide its own RSS feed, which includes but is not limited to full or summarized text along with a title. Let’s learn how you can subscribe to the Portuguese National Club RSS feed!
1. Sign up for a free RSS Reader.
To view an RSS feed you need what’s called an RSS Feed Reader. A popular RSS Feed reader is Google Reader. It’s free, it’s easy, and it has great search functionality. There are many more out there though, so feel free to do some searching and pick the one you like best.
2. Subscribe to our RSS Feed.
See the orange icon in the menu area of our website? That’s the universal symbol for an RSS feed. You can click on that icon or just click here to subscribe to the Portuguese National Club RSS feed. Again, don’t worry it’s free! Choose to subscribe to the feed.
3. Sign in and stay up-to-date!
After signing in to your RSS reader, you should have the Portuguese National Club’s RSS feed appearing in your subscription list. Click on it and you’ll see a listing of all news and events! The reader will check our website periodically and update the list with any new content posted.
If you have any other websites that you like and they provide an RSS feed, then sign up for those as well! This is a great way to read the latest and greatest from all of your favorite websites without having to visit each website individually!