If you have used the web recently you have almost certainly heard of some thing called RSS. am sure that you have wondered what this RSS material is all about if you are anything like me. I’m going to try and answer that question together with explain a bit about how RSS may be useful.
For the purpose of the report RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. I began my RSS study by going to wikipedia.org and simply finding out about the term RSS.
The info in the content I came across, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_%28file_format%29), is informative, but if you’re like me you dont want to have to see an enormous document to know what some thing like RSS is all about. You want a simple, concise explanation and a number of instance of what RSS might mean in your lifetime.
Therefore, let me break the subject down-in a way that we can all understand.
I’ve been using RSS for around a year. I discovered an use for RSS immediately after I began using Firefox, which is a visitor alternative for Ie. (If you would like to know more about Firefox, visit https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/77/. (Note: My next article will be about Firefox and extensions therefore dont worry in the event that you dont understand them as of this point.)