RSS Information and Implementation Options
Articles created in NML can be made visible, automatically, on other sites, through these RSS channels! With RSS, sites other than your own, can incorporate your articles,
automatically into their preferred news readers and web logs. Since the articles will then be collected automatically,
your news content is displayed much sooner than compared with manual submissions, and you save time! We hope you enjoy this service.
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML format file, which is designed for sharing web content (like these NML articles) with other sites.
To use RSS, the other site that is hosting your news will need an RSS news reader, and a link to your RSS output file (which is generated by NML).
The NML owner doesn't have to do anything, except keep their news up-to-date and perhaps provide the output file link initially.
(Detailed instructions below.)
Note: There are many RSS news readers to choose from online, many are even free.
RSS Implementation Instructions
To get the link required by an RSS News Reader, follow these instructions.
Click the most appropriate link title, found under the heading URL OPTIONS FOR NEWS READERS (right). The code shown on the page
is for your information only.Copy the entire URL from your browser address field - this is the link you need!
This link can now be pasted into the RSS news reader of the other site, according to the utility's instructions.
URL OPTIONS FOR NEWS READERS:
Available RSS Channels
Category RSS Channels