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D-LINK IR website content is available through the RSS service, the revolutionary Internet application after website and email. Using RSS, you can incorporate D-LINK latest information into your news readers and web logs (blogs).
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D-LINK RSS feeds are free of charge to use for individuals and non-profit organizations for non-commercial use. D-LINK reserves all rights to request you to cease distributing these feeds at any time for any reason.
What is RSS?

RSS (an acronym for "Rich Site Summary" and later coined "Really Simple Syndication") is an XML format for distributing and syndicating web content like news headlines. But it's not just for news, anything that can be broken down into independent items can be syndicated via RSS (e.g. frequently updated titles, event lists, and even product catalogs). Once information of an item is in RSS format, a RSS-aware program can check, update and display the feed for you. A RSS service consists of a list of items, each of which contains a headline, summary, and a hyperlink to a web page. A lot of web portals and corporate websites provide RSS service, like Yahoo!, CNet, CNN, IBM, etc.

* Directory of Available RSS Feeds

For D-LINK RSS service, the full content, such as a full-text article or a webcast, can be accessed through the RSS feed URL.
How do I use RSS?

A RSS feed can be viewed like bookmarks in Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer, browsed like email in Thunderbird, or viewed like headines in news readers including
Pluck, Awasu, FeedDemon, RssReader, etc. It enables you to view the service you select all together on the same interface by automatically retrieving updates, staying current with new content as soon as it is published.

* List of News Reader

Whenever you see the , or button on a webpage, it should link to a RSS feed URL that you can subscribe via your news reader or web browser.

The basic procedure is as follows:
  1. Copy the RSS feed URL you want.
  2. Paste it into the channel list or address bar of your news reader. As for Mozilla Firefox, select "New Live Bookmark" and add the URL.
  3. Choose to refresh or continue / stop subscribing the feed.

Another way to use RSS feeds is by incorporating content into your web logs (blogs). A blog is an easy-to-use website, where you can quickly post topics, messages, journals, and interact with people, comprised of short articles, frequently updated items, pictures and hyperlinks. Blogging is a publishing tool for journalists, writers, and individuals who want to share thoughts with other people on the Internet. Popular blog service providers include Blogger,, LiveJournal, TypePad, Bloglines, etc.



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