What is an RSS Feed?
RSS stands for "really simple syndication" and is a format for easily gathering and distributing Web content updates such as news or mortgage rates. Feeds can be read by many different methods. Most contemporary browsers provide a method and there are many "portal" Web sites that also provide feed aggregators if you start an account with them. You can download a feed reader to your computer and install it. Some you may have to pay for but others are free. Learn about RSS feeds.
How do I use one?Decide on the method you wish to aggregate your feeds:
Many browsers, portals and desktop applications are available.
Aggregating an RSS feed:
Follow the instructions provided within your software of choice. Most services ask you to copy/paste the URL of the feed into the RSS tool. Look for the RSS symbol for available content feeds.
RSS Feed available for you to subscribe to:
Subscribe to VHDA's RSS feed to get news delivered directly to your desktop. To subscribe, simply click on the "RSS Feed" link and click the "Subscribe" button. Alternatively, you can copy and paste the URL for the RSS feed page into your favorite reader.