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Third party websites can use the RSS feeds to display the latest information from DFES on their site.
However, RSS feeds must be displayed as provided by DFES and the text, content or links supplied may not be edited or modified.
DFES does not endorse or offer technical support for any third party products, though some commonly used RSS readers are listed below: .
Once you have successfully subscribed to a particular RSS feed, information is sent to you after it is published on the website.
The idea behind RDF was to help create a Semantic Web.
However, this does not matter too much for ordinary users, but by using web standards it will be easier for persons and applications to exchange data. With RSS, you register your content with companies called aggregators. Each day the aggregator searches the registered websites for RSS documents, verifies the link, and displays information about the feed so clients can link to documents that interests them. Submit your RSS feed to the RSS Feed Directories (you can Google or Yahoo for "RSS Feed Directories"). The URL to your feed is not your home page, it is the URL to your feed, like "https://
Some third party products used do not refresh at reliable intervals without manual intervention.
The delivery time of information via RSS is not guaranteed by DFES.
DFES RSS feeds may provide incident information in a geospatial format.
Refer to the Disclaimer for information about the frequency of information delivery and troubleshooting.
Back to top Configuration Options To ensure that you receive RSS feeds shortly after they are published, please make sure you select the following options (or similar) on your computer: Back to top Disclaimer DFES does not recommend that users rely solely on RSS feeds as a source of alert and warning information.
Since RSS data is small and fast-loading, it can easily be used with services like cell phones or PDA's.