How To Find An Rss Feed

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How To Find An Rss Feed

  1. 1. How to find an RSS Feed<br />If you want to subscribe to a podcast, you’re going to need the RSS feed. This is the hyperlink that provides your RSS reader with all the latest episodes from a podcast. <br />You can find the RSS feed on any website that delivers a podcast. The symbol for RSS is <br />If a website delivers any sort of RSS feed, whether it be for a podcast, newsletter, blog, or other info, you will find this symbol on your internet browser. <br />For Firefox this symbol will be just to the right in the address bar.<br /> For Internet Explorer this symbol is almost in the same place, but not directly in the address bar, just a little loser and to the right. <br />If a website does not have an RSS feed, there will be no symbol in FireFox and in the Internet Explorer the symbol becomes grey and un-clickable. <br />Click on this symbol in the toolbar of your preferred Internet browser. You will be directed to the RSS feed for the page. For example for CBC News I am directed to this page. <br />The URL that is now displayed in your address bar is the RSS feed. Copy the URL.<br />Open a new window. Type the URL to your blog in the address bar (www.oitqblogs.com/communities/_________) Log in. <br />Once you are logged in you will see the community administration panel. Click on Add Feeds<br />Click on Create New Category.<br />Complete the Information on the Feed Category Editor . Add Name, description is optional. <br />Click on Create New Feed. <br />Type a title, paste the URL for the RSS feed, and click save. <br />This is what you will see on the home page. <br />This is what you will see when you click on the Feed. <br />

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