Introduction:

An RSS feed is a standardized way of delivering news content on the web using XML. Subscribing to an RSS feed allows you to read daily news and updates in a single place, rather than visiting several different websites.

Via an RSS reader or your web browser, you can subscribe to specific RSS feeds that interest you. Your RSS reader then automatically checks those websites on a regular basis and delivers all of the news items for you in one convenient display. The Are U Strong Enough blog provides an RSS feed so you can easily keep up to date with our stories.

RSS Readers:

If you're looking for an RSS reader, here are a few links.

 

Subscribing via Web browsers:

Internet Explorer (PC or Mac): Using Internet Explorer 7, if a web page has an RSS feed associated with it, a small grey icon (between the 'Home' icon and the 'Print' icon) will turn orange (RSS icon). Simply click on the orange RSS icon to read the RSS feed. NOTE: Internet Explorer 6 and earlier requires a third party reader.

Firefox (PC or Mac): If a web page has an RSS feed associated with it, a small orange icon (RSS icon) will appear in the address bar to the right of the page's URL. This will allow you to create a "Live Bookmark". When you click this icon, a "Live Bookmark" window will pop up. In this window, you can name this bookmark and tell Firefox which bookmark folder to save it in. Choose "OK" to save your bookmark.

Safari (Mac): If a web page has an RSS feed associated with it, a blue "RSS" icon (Safari RSS icon) appears in the Safari address bar. Clicking on this icon will bring up a window in which you can name the bookmark and decide what folder to save it in. Choose "OK" to save your bookmark.