Finding an RSS feed


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Finding an RSS feed

By now, you understand that you need the RSS feed to hypersyndicate, but finding it could be a little bit tricky depending upon which site you're trying to grab it for. For example, you see here I've navigated to one of my personal blogs. If I'm using Safari, there's a little RSS icon right up here in the Address bar and if I click on that it's going to go ahead and switch and give me the choice of my feeds. One's for comments and one is for my regular stories.

So, when I choose that you'll see we get a streamlined version of the website and it has the articles in it. You could summarize those articles and do all sorts of things to quickly browse all the content on the site and find what you're interested in. But notice that this address is different than the normal website address. It's going to become necessary to use this feed in order to re-syndicate this content to additional websites. If you're in an application like Firefox, it could be a li...

Finding an RSS feed
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