SmarterTravel.com now offers access to our content via RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds. These feeds can be added to your news reader, blog, My Yahoo! home page, or any other application which understands the RSS format. Each feed provides up-to-date headlines, summaries, and links to articles on the SmarterTravel.com website.
Below are links to all of the SmarterTravel.com feeds. Click on the My Yahoo! button to add each feed directly to your My Yahoo! home page, or use the "XML" button to access the feed directly. See below for more information on RSS syndication and how you can take advantage of this format.
Using RSS feeds
RSS is an XML-based syndication format which allows easy access to recent headlines and article summaries from many different sources.
You can view this content in a number of different ways, including news readers and content-aggregator or portal websites like My Yahoo!.
Below are some general hints for using RSS-delivered content:
- Install a news reader: A news reader is a program which allows you to download and read headlines from any number of sources on the Web and view them all at once. Once you install the program, you can use "XML" links like those above to subscribe to content on the Web.
- Use a web-based content aggregator like My Yahoo!: Yahoo! now allows the addition of XML-based content directly to your My Yahoo! home page. Use the "Add to My Yahoo!" links above to add SmarterTravel.com headlines directly to your page.
- Use a web browser which supports "Live Bookmarks": Mozilla's FireFox browser allows you to subscribe to RSS feeds directly and displays current headlines like bookmarks in the browser. If your browser supports this feature, you should see an orange icon in the lower right corner of the browser window. Click this icon and follow the instructions to subcribe to the feed.
We encourage the use of SmarterTravel.com RSS feeds for personal use. When posting SmarterTravel.com content on your own website, proper format is required and SmarterTravel.com must be credited as the author. We reserve the right to require that you stop distributing our content. Please see complete Terms and Conditions for use.