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Sample RSS Feeds
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Stellent Content Server Sample RSS Feeds
Sample RSS Feeds
This component adds XML-based RSS feed support to the Content Server, and Site Studio. It
includes several sample RSS feeds for searches, workflows, error logs, dynamic lists, and static
What is RSS?
RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. It allows web sites to display their content
in the form of a simple XML file, instead of a complex HTML page. These files are commonly
used to create `web feeds,' which allows people to directly subscribe to any content on a web
Several popular web sites offer their content as an RSS web feed. Most news sites allow people
to subscribe to RSS feeds, as do most blogs. Some examples are below:
Web Site Example RSS Feed
LA Times http://feeds.latimes.com/latimes/news/nationworld/world
New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/nyt/HomePage.xml
Yahoo! News http://rss.news.yahoo.com/rss/topstories
These feeds offer the same content as their web sites, but in a terse XML format. It is not easier
for people to read RSS content directly, but it is very easy for other applications to import the
data. Below is an example of how an RSS feed is formatted:

News Stories
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Top Stories

Stellent Releases RSS Samples
Tues, 14 Feb 2006 18:58:46 GMT
Stellent, Inc. (Nasdaq: STEL), a global provider of content
management solutions, announced today a new strategy for leveraging really
simple syndication (RSS) within an enterprise content management (ECM)

In order to consumer an RSS feed, the user must have a RSS Reader. Most email software can
subscribe to RSS feeds, but not all. If you are using Outlook, you will need to install a third-
party plug-in to support RSS. One option is the IntraVNews plugin (http://

How to unsubscribe to a RSS feed? Turn on / off RSS Feeds in Outlook 2010 / 2013 Click the File > Options. In the Outlook Options dialog box, click the Advanced in the left bar. Go to the RSS Feeds section: To turn off the RSS Feeds, please uncheck the Any RSS Feed item that is updated appears as new option, and uncheck ... Click OK.