Clifton Hill RSS
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines, Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from many news sources.
You can get the most from CliftonHill.com by using our RSS (most commonly expanded as Really Simple Syndication) feeds, a simple way to keep up with the news or subjects that matter most to you.
RSS feeds allow you to subscribe to CliftonHill.com's Blog so you are kept up to date with new articles without having to continually check our site. Once you subscribe with the RSS reader of your choice, new articles will automatically appear allowing you to click on those that interest you to read the full story.
You can use these feeds in a number of ways. Some browsers and smart phones will allow you to monitor the feeds as a simple way of keeping up with the latest developments. Anyone on Gmail can easily use Google Reader to follow the feeds that they are interested in.
Step 1 - Get an RSS reader You can use an online reader which works from any web browser, or you can download software that runs on your computer.
Step 2 - After having installed your RSS software, choose one or more of our news, blog or magazine feeds by clicking on the corresponding RSS icons.
Step 3 -You must then copy the appropriate feed URLs (addresses ending with .xml) and paste them into the appropriate field of your RSS software. This will allow you to instantly receive your selected RSS feeds that you may view at any time.
Here's are our RSS feeds
- All articles (gets you everything)
For those of you struggling with technology, here’s a very useful YouTube video tutorial on what RSS is all about.