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More Information about RSS Feeds

What is RSS?

RSS technology enables you to gather news headlines and updates for your computer from a variety of your favorite web resources using RSS aggregator software or services. You can tell if a site is offering content through an RSS feed if you spot the standard orange RSS button. It is also becoming increasingly common for the universal orange feed button to be shown instead of the standard orange RSS button.

One particular advantage of RSS over conventional email updates is that that these feeds are not at the mercy of strict email filtering policies thereby ensuring the successful retrieval of information. It's a great way to have up-to-date information at your fingertips, at all times and presented in a single clean interface. There is a wide range of RSS aggregator software utilities and services available. We've listed a few of the more popular ones below.

Adding RSS feeds to Firefox

Subscribing to an RSS web feed with Mozilla Firefox is just a matter of creating a Live Bookmark.

When you visit a site and you see the orange icon in the right most part of the address bar you can add the feed(s) by clicking the orange icon and subscribing. If there is more than one RSS feed, Firefox shows a list from which you can select your desired feed.

The Add Live Bookmark dialog appears and you can simply add the Live Bookmark to your Bookmarks Tool Bar Folder, putting all your favorite web pages within easy reach.

Adding RSS to IE

IE 7 automatically detects RSS feeds on sites by illuminating an icon on the toolbar.

When you view the RSS page with IE7 you will be allowed to preview and then subscribe to the site's RSS feed. Once subscribed, you will be able to read RSS feeds directly in the browser, scan for important stories, and filter your view with search terms or site-specific categories.

Adding RSS feeds to your website

Adding our RSS feeds to your website is as simple as inserting the following lines into the web pages in which you would like our feeds to appear. Choose any of the available feeds below and simply add it to your webpage.


ISAserver.org RSS Feed - Displays Article Title and Description

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ISAserver.org News

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ISAserver.org Tom Shinder Blog

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MSExchange.org RSS Feed - Displays Article Title and Description

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MSExchange.org News

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MSExchange.org Henrik Walther Blog

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MSTerminalServices.org RSS Feed - Displays Article Title and Description

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MSTerminalServices.org News

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VirtualizationAdmin.com RSS Feed - Displays Article Title and Description

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VirtualizationAdmin.com News

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VirtualizationAdmin.com David Davis Blog

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WindowsNetworking.com RSS Feed - Displays Article Title and Description

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WindowsNetworking.com News

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WindowSecurity.com RSS Feed - Displays Article Title and Description

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For a more attractive look, we suggest applying one of the CSS styles below or feel free to create your own style. These lines should be inserted between <style type="text/css"> and </style> tags within your webpage or anywhere within your existing stylesheet. 

Example CSS Rules

	font:normal normal normal 11px/1.3 Verdana, sans-serif;
	margin:1em 0;
ul.ww-rss-block li{
	margin:1em 0 0 0;
ul.ww-rss-block li strong{
ul.ww-rss-block li span{
ul.ww-rss-block li a{
ul.ww-rss-block li p{
	margin:0 0 0 1em;
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