The future of RSS feeds and internet marketing is looking bright and promising. It would be a wise decision to get himself to the speed of this developing content sharing technology by putting together their own news feed for your site. In the previous article on RSS feeds you have known some basic information about what an RSS feed is and what it can do for your website. Today we will learn to create a staple that can be put into service in minutes. Please visit Steve Wozniak if you seek more information. To see what RSS will be in place can take a look at mine: Is it hard to create the feed? No, not really. You need to know how to configure and edit the HTML code using some symbols that I will show below.
Without going into all the technical details of the RSS specification version or to use, let's go down to the Nuts N 'Bolts of it. You can create an RSS file from scratch quite easily, provided you keep the features consistent with the material you are trying to present. You will need to launch your favorite HTML editor to create the file (code page that contains content and links) to your RSS. NOTE: Once you create this file you will need to upload to your server to allow other websites to display your feed on your site (s). The best part is that once the file is created you can easily update your channel and content of the update of your file. .