About RSS News Feeds

 

News feeds (also known as RSS) allow you to receive the latest headlines from a particular website, without having to visit the site.

You can subscribe to any news feeds that interest you, using a news reader or web browser. For example, instead of searching the CCS Insight Hotline site for the latest news, you can check your news reader.

How do I start using news feeds (such as the CCS Insight RSS feed)?

You will need something called a news reader - a piece of software which lets you subscribe to different news feeds and keeps you updated with the latest articles from everything you subscribe to.

There are many news readers available to download, and some web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer 7 have built in news readers.

Subscribing to the CCS Insight Hotline news feed in your news reader

To view the CCS Insight Hotline news feed in your news reader:

  1. Right click on the RSS Feed link and select 'Copy Link' from the popup menu.
  2. Paste the URL into your reader.

Subscribing to the CCS Insight Hotline news feed in your web browser

Look for the news feed logo RSS logo on your browser toolbar, or by the website address. Clicking on this logo should bring up options to subscribe to the news feed.

Popular news readers available to download:

Windows
Newz Crawler
FeedDemon
Mac OS X
Newsfire
NetNewsWire
Web
Bloglines
FeedZilla
Web Browser
Mozilla Firefox
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7