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what is RSS?

RSS enables you to receive the latest Green Alliance online information. It is delivered directly to you as soon as it is published without you having to repeatedly visit and browse the Green Alliance website.

How do I get it?

You need an RSS reader. There are many different versions, some of which are accessed using a browser, and some are downloadable applications. All of them allow you to display and subscribe to your preferred RSS feeds.

Once you have chosen a reader, all you have to do is click on the RSS icon found on the bottom left hand side of Green Alliance web pages to subscribe to our feeds. This takes you to a page that displays all of the current Green Alliance feeds. You select from the dropdown menu how you want to receive these feeds and then wait for updated Green Alliance content to be delivered to you.

Some browsers, including Firefox, Opera and Safari, can automatically pick up RSS feeds for you.

Google Chrome and RSS

To make RSS work in Chrome visit the Chrome Extensions Gallery and install the RSS Subscriptions Extension. After you have installed the RSS Subscriptions Extension, a small RSS notification will appear in Chrome's omnibar when the site you are viewing has an RSS feed available. Clicking this icon will take you straight to the site's RSS feed.

Some RSS readers

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