RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a safe and easy way for you to access a website's content. The content is delivered to you rather than you having to visit the site to see if there is anything new.
RSS feeds save you time. First, you no longer have to visit your favorite websites looking for new articles. Second, the RSS feed contains only links and a brief synopses, downloading faster and allowing you to browse and select what you'd like to view further.
Adding to 'My Yahoo'
For beginners, the easiest way to take advantage of RSS feeds is to utilize Yahoo!'s My Yahoo! tool. My Yahoo! is a free tool that allows you to organize and customize your news, weather, and other information. Simply click the button to add RomanceStuck updates to your customized My Yahoo! page. To sign up for a My Yahoo! page, visit My Yahoo!.
For more advanced users, you'll want to a program called a News Reader. This will display the RSS feeds from your chosen websites on your computer. There are many News Readers to choose from - some free, some for a small cost. A popular free News Reader is Active Web Reader.
Once you have a News Reader, all you have to do is click the button to subscribe to the RomanceStuck feed! Once you click, your web browser will take you to a page of XML code. Just copy the url of that page into the News Reader and it will do the rest.