Who is the founder of RSS

How to embed RSS feeds on your website

Content that is semantically structured in the form of a standardized XML document is ideal for machine processing. This can include processing for various - mostly mobile - end devices and offers content providers the opportunity to make their content available on various media.

Website operators sometimes use RSS to integrate third-party content into their website. If the prepared content of one website is integrated into another, one speaks of Syndication. There are numerous websites on the Internet such as blogs or forums that use RSS feeds from news portals or relevant industry pages to provide their visitors with the latest reports from representative content providers. Such multiple use can take place in a commercial context, but large news portals usually allow non-commercial use of their RSS feed free of charge, but reserve the right to prohibit the adoption of content without giving reasons.

A simple software solution with which RSS feeds can be integrated is provided FeedWind of Mikle The free tool is available at https://feed.mikle.com/ available as a web app and offers all functions that website operators need to prepare freely available RSS documents for their own projects.

The Integration of RSS feed takes place with FeedWind conveniently in six simple steps:

1. Search for a suitable RSS feed: As a rule, content providers clearly show available RSS channels on the website. If such a feed is to be used for another project, the URL to the XML document must first be determined.

2. Import XML data using the feed url: Before you can prepare an RSS feed for presentation on your own website, the URL to the XML document must be imported into the web app. FeedWind offers the following input line for this purpose: