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What is RSS?
RSS (also known as "RSS", "Syndicate" and so on. Hereinafter referred to as RSS) is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication or RDF Site Summary (RSS 0.9 and 1.0) is an application of XML (Extensible Markup Language) according to their specifications World Wide Consortium (W3C). It is a news syndication format used as an agent for news or data online from web pages that support this application.
Why RSS is needed?
Technological developments in the online publication not only greatly simplifies the task of spreading the latest information through the web, you can detect a large number of updates from your favorite websites without having to remember the address of the page URL or checking your email to get the latest info. RSS application is provided specifically for developing websites for the latest information regarding the MIROS. Through this application are expected to be distributed MIROS Info or Update / Current MIROS website more quickly and efficiently.
With this RSS feed:
- You can choose to read the news you want and relevant to your requirements.
- You indirectly get information that is reliable and prevents from unwanted information (the spam).
- Save time.
- You can find out the latest information about MIROS more quickly and effectively.
- News and information are displayed which without visiting the site.
Help w3c can be accessed by selecting the link this in part to the left.
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