How do I use Morovision Night Vision RSS feeds?
First you'll need an RSS reader, which can alert you to new Morovision Night Vision content as it is updated.
For more information about RSS, see What is RSS?
Popular RSS Readers Awasu, FeedDemon (Windows) NewsFire, My Yahoo!, NewsGator, Bloglines, Google (web-based) A larger list of RSS-compatible readers is available at dmoz.org.
The Morovision Night Vision RSS Feed
Once you have an RSS reader installed, or have signed up for an online reader, copy the shortcut link from one of the XML or RSS buttons and paste it into your chosen reader application.
Morovision Night Vision RSS to My Yahoo!
After copying one of the shortcut links from the XML buttons, click "Add Content" on your My Yahoo! page. A link will appear on the following page labeled "Add RSS by URL." Click that link and paste the RSS shortcut into the resulting text box and click "Add." To move your chosen Morovision RSS feed upwards to a higher position on your My Yahoo! page, click the "Change Layout" link at the top and select your Morovision RSS feed from the "Wide Column" list. Then click the up arrow button next to the list one or more times to move your chosen Morovision RSS feed upward. Further information is available at Yahoo! on their RSS Headlines Module page.
Add Morovision Night Vision RSS to Google
After copying one of the RSS shortcut links from the XML buttons, click "Add content" or "Personalize your Google homepage" on your Google homepage. Click "Create a Section" in the list that appears and a text box will be displayed for you to "enter a feed." Paste your RSS shortcut into the text box and click "Go." You can drag and drop to rearrange your Google page. Further information is available at Google in their Homepage help section.
Morovision Night Vision RSS in Mozilla Firefox
"Live Bookmarks" let users of the Mozilla Firefox web browser load RSS feeds into their bookmarks menu. Morovision pages that are enabled for Live Bookmarks place this icon on the bottom right corner of the Firefox browser. Clicking on the icon and selecting an RSS feed will bring up Firefox's Add Bookmark dialog. Select 'OK' and you will see Morovision Live Bookmarks with the rest of your bookmarks.
What is RSS?
The acronym RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. An RSS feed, also known as a news feed, is a syndicated news feed in an XML format that you can subscribe to.
What is a news feed reader?
A news feed reader, also known as a news aggregator, is software that lets you subscribe to RSS feeds.
Why should I use a news feed reader?
Using an RSS feed reader allows you to be alerted when new articles on the topics you're interested in are available. Many feed readers will pop up a new window when a new article is available, or are integrated into mail clients or Web browsers. When you are alerted of a new article, you can click on a link that will take you directly to it.
Where can I get an RSS feed reader?
There are many freeware and shareware readers, use this link to run a web search for an RSS Reader.
What is Web syndication?
Syndication on the Web means a section of a website is made available for users or other sites to use. The RSS feeds on this page are an example of syndication of latimes.com.
Where can I get more information on RSS?
Use this link to run a Web search for more information about RSS .