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RSS Feed Widget

RSS, or Rich Site Summary (also referred to as Really Simple Syndication) is a standardized web feed format that is used for published works that are updated frequently such as a Blog or News headline. Using the RSS Widget on your website allows you to connect with one of those RSS feeds, displaying the feed in real time directly on your website. If the content is changed in the original post, the feed on your site will also automatically change. To use Cubender's RSS widget, the feed must be RSS version 2.0 or later. This widget is available to our Saturn and Jupiter customers. Some RSS examples: news feed New York Times Op-Ed headlines Most popular Sci-fi products on Amazon There are RSS feeds all over the web. To find the feed of a blog, Flickr stream, or whatever else, look for the standard feed icon, or the word subscribe or feed. Right (or control on a Mac) click and copy the URL usually by using the copy link or copy link location option available.

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