RSS is a platform-independent, XML-based format for the exchange of messages and other web-content. The abbreviation RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" (optionally for "Rich Site Summary" or "RDF Site Summary"). The pilot version was used by the company Userland in 1997. During the next four years RSS prevailed as syndication format and is now used throughout the net.
RSS was published in several versions (“0.90”, “0.91”, “0.93”, “0.94”, “1.0”, “2.0”) with different features. RSS feeds may also have different file extensions like “xml”, “rss” or “rdf”, but they have no effect on the “function”.
Our RSS News Feed
With our RSS feed we offer you the possibility to subscribe to the news of the Team warehouse logistics. The feed contains the 15 latest news and is updated daily.
Click on the link to see the XML file or copy the link into your feed reader.
Why use RSS?
Unlike HTML pages RSS files are very logical and without additional “ballast” caused by the design and layout elements. Thus, RSS files can be read and processed independent of the platform.
With an RSS reader you can read RSS files and keep track of website changes.
It is also possible to process script languages like ASP or PHP, so that the content of RSS files on websites, in intranets or desktop software can be presented and read.
The greatest benefit of RSS is that users save a lot of time: Websites can quickly and effectively be checked with regard to changes and current content without opening it with all its banners and graphics. In addition to this it helps to save traffic and download times.
How to subscribe to an RSS feed?
News feeds - how texts in an RSS or RDF format are also called - are mostly marked by an orange button:
Clicking on this icon or a link like “RSS-Feed” leads you directly onto the RSS file. Just copy the link by right-clicking on it or via the browser's URL field and paste in into your RSS reader.