Equine Science Update
Reports from the world of  equine research.
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What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary (it depends who you ask). RSS feeds are widespread and used by sites such as Yahoo, BBC,  NY Times,  and many more.

RSS allows you to receive updates from our website, and get the latest news on topics that interest you.  News will often appear on the RSS Feed even before it is published in the Equine Science Update e-news.

How can I use RSS?

Typical applications for using RSS include:

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Using a program known as a news aggregator (or news reader) to collect, update and display RSS feeds
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Incorporating RSS feeds into websites or weblogs.

How do I do this then?

You'll need a way to view our website's RSS data.

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The simple way to do it is to click on the appropriate "Add to my Yahoo" button below and our news feed will be automatically added to your "My Yahoo"  account.
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Or you can use a separate RSS reader program - we use Mozilla Thunderbird for e-mail and news reading - its free!


After you've installed your software, just connect to our feeds:

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Right-click on the topic below and copy the link.

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Paste this link into your RSS reader. RSS readers do vary, but typically there will be a form where you enter the link to the RSS feed. You can usually paste the link into this form by pressing Ctrl+V. Or  you can manually type it in.



It`s almost as easy to show the news feed on your website. You can generate the code required using tools such as those provided by www.rss-to-javascript.com.  Simply copy the link  as described above, paste into into the convertor and click. The code produced can be pasted  onto your site
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