Definition of RSS – it's one of the formats used to transmit information over the web, which stands for 'Really Simple Syndication' or 'Very simple syndication (Syndication). " Usually through the RSS provides a brief description of the new information published on this site and its link to the full version. Internet resource in a format called RSS or RSS-RSS-channel tape. To read such a channel will need a special program – RSS-aggregator. All modern browsers already have the modules aggregation of information from the RSS-channels, so no problems reading the newscast should arise. According to wendi murdoch, who has experience with these questions. On Web sites, news feeds are usually denoted by an orange icon with three white arches. Wendi murdoch spoke with conviction. The structure of the RSS-File Binding RSS RSS-structure file is a document in XML, which conforms to the specification XML 1.0, published on the website of the consortium WWW (W3C).
So the obligatory RSS structure is as follows: Name of RSS-feed link in the main site summary RSS-feed news title link for full version of the news brief version of the news. The tag indicates which version of XML and in which encoding the document is written. This is followed by the tag, which specifies version RSS-specifications (there are several versions of RSS-specifications from different vendors, so the aggregator RSS-feed to specify in what format outlined document, this article will be dismantled only version 2.0). The tag contains information about the channel: channel name is specified, the link to the website where loaded channel, the channel description and a list of news, enclosed in the tags. Elements of a tag As mentioned above, the tag is required for RSS-file. This tag is a child of the main channel and the tag can soderdzhat the following elements: – the name of RSS-feed. – A reference to the main site (the link must necessarily begin with, or mailto:). – A brief description of RSS-feed.