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What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication or as it's sometime called Rich Site Summary is a method of receiving constantly updated news from your chosen web sites. Once you have set up a connection to a web site you will receive a list of all the stories currently shown on a certain page or section of that site. Typical sites that are RSS enabled are the BBC, Bournemouth Daily Echo, Dorset Police, etc. Canford Heath Neighbourhood Watch (CHNW). A one page basic explanation of RSS can be found by Clicking Here.
How can I receive CHNW RSS feeds?
There are several ways of receiving RSS feeds. The main method is to use the latest versions of web browsers such as Google Crome, Firefox, Opera or Internet Explorer. If you see one of these icons in the address bar while browsing a site, click on it to open the RSS News Feed. Alternatively, download a program called a 'News Reader' or 'RSS reader'. Highley recommended is Feedly. Click Here for more information. After installation, CHNW Feeds can be added, see below*. You can then set up your reader to receive RSS information from whichever other web sites you wish that offer RSS and browse headlines and story summaries that link through to the full stories on the web sites.
Which RSS feeds does the Canford Heath Neighbourhood Watch web site offer?
* There are three feeds on the Canford Heath Neighbourhood Watch web site:-
- our 'Latest News' - http://chnw.forumotion.co.uk/f10-latest-news
- our 'Meetings'- http://chnw.forumotion.co.uk/f9-public-meetings-events and
- 'Dorset Police News' http://www.dorset.police.uk/feeds/newsfeed.aspx
If you view our web site on your mobile phone or tablet these feeds appear as web pages.
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