Welcome to CAalley's RSS Feeds Service
Feeds allow you to stay up to date with the latest updates on CAalley.
RSS feeds can keep you informed regarding the latest updates added to
CAalley. It is similar to receiving headlines at your desktop. The
advantage of subscribing to this service is that you can keep track of all
the latest additions to CAalley by just refreshing the feed. Moreover, the
best part is that this is a free service.
subscribe to our feeds, the relevant links are as under:
For Current Affairs
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication and is a XML
message format for Web content.
RSS feeds offer users privacy, convenience and the ability to filter and
search content. Feeds are read using feed readers, which can either be a
standalone application or Web-based tool. By subscribing to feeds, users
can easily skim information from multiple sites and blogs without visiting
the individual sites or sign up for e-mail newsletters.
What are RSS
RSS feeds keep you informed when websites add new content. You get the
latest headlines as soon as its published, without having to visit the
websites you have taken the feed from. Feeds are also known as RSS which
is an XML-based format for content distribution. And the best part is that
RSS feeds are free.
How do I start?
There are a number of ways to access RSS feeds.
Using a browser like Firefox
If you are using a browser like Firefox, all you have to do is click on
the link of the feed. The browser will show you all the items of that
feed. On the top of the page, Firefox will ask you if you want to
subscribe to the feed. If you click on the "Subscribe now" button, you
will see the link on your toolbar. Thereafter, you just have to click on
that link to see the entire list of items on the feed as a "drop-down
You can install a RSS (news) reader that displays RSS feeds.
Once you have chosen a RSS reader, all you have to do is to decide what
content you want it to receive.
After installing the RSS reader, to get one or more feeds, right-click on
one of the RSS links and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location" to
copy the location (URL) of the service.
Follow the instructions for your particular news reader, and then paste
this location wherever it asks for the location of the service. You can
add each feed manually from the Web site by following the aforementioned
An alternative to downloading a dedicated news reader is to
use a Web-based news reader.
Browser-based news readers let you catch up with your RSS
feed subscriptions from any computer, whereas downloadable applications
let you store them on your main computer.
Some free RSS readers are :
BlogStreet info Aggregator:
RSS Reader: http://www.rssreader.com/
Please review each software's individual documentation as well as privacy
policies before you decide to download it. Use our contact link if you
encounter any problem.