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RSS threads are free content feeds that come from Internet sites. The offer a summary reading of the most recent articles or information published on a site, theme by theme, and offer links to the concerned elements so that users may read them in their full version. The most recent information published on rhonealopes.fr can thus automatically enrich your Internet site or complement your information sources via RSS feed reading software.
With you navigation system
Internet Explorer searches for RSS feeds on all the pages you consult. When it finds an available feed, the RSS feed button, on the Internet Explorer tool bar, changes from gray to orange and makes a sound. Clicking on the RSS feed button allows you to see which feeds are available. If several feeds are available, you will see them listed. Select the reeds that you want to see. When you click on the feed, a page appears with the list of elements (subjects and articles) to which you may subscribe and that you can read.
You can see the content of RSS feeds in Firefox by creating dynamic bookmarks. You may create a dynamic bookmark by visiting a site that contains a feed and by clicking on the RSS feed dynamic bookmark icon in the address bar.
With RSS feed content syndication
Many online content aggregators exist; this option is systematically suggested on customizable home pages. For example, you may use:
* Windows Live
Many downloadable software programs exist that can be installed on your personal computer, either in paid or free versions. Here are a few free versions:
* Windows : RSS Bandit, RSS Xpress, Feedreader, RSSReader
* Mac OS : Vienna
* Linux : Liferea (GTK/GNOME), Akregator (KDE)