What is an RSS Feed?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a format for sharing web-based content, and an RSS feed is a service that provides content in this format. EatingWell.com offers several recipe-related RSS feeds. Each feed includes several recipe items and/or menus along with descriptions and links to more information.
How do I use the EatingWell RSS Feed?
There are multiple ways to use RSS feeds. When you are at EatingWell.com some web browsers, such as Safari (most recent version), allow you to view RSS feeds simply by clicking on the RSS or XML icon in the far right of the address bar. Other portal websites allow you to collect, update and display RSS feeds. An example is Yahoo’s “RSS Headlines” feature of the My Yahoo! personalized area. Click on the My Yahoo! button above next to the feed you’d like to add to your MyYahoo page. You may also download a news aggregator or reader, a program that collects, updates and displays your chosen RSS feeds. Most of these programs are free, such as Pluck and News Interceptor. (there’s an extensive list at http://hebig.org) Weblogs and personal web pages can incorporate RSS feeds as well. Examples of blog hosts include blogspot.com and livejournal.com.
What kind of content does EatingWell syndicate via RSS?
EatingWell.com provides RSS content feeds free of charge for use by individuals and non-profit organizations for personal non-commercial uses. Use of EatingWell.com’s RSS feeds are encouraged, so long as you provide proper attribution to Eatingwell.com and don’t alter the content.
If you provide this attribution in text, please use: "Eatingwell.com." If you provide this attribution with a graphic, please use the EatingWell logo provided within each of the feeds. We reserve all rights in and to the EatingWell logo, and your right to use the EatingWell logo is limited to providing attribution in connection with these RSS feeds.
EatingWell.com reserves the right to require you to cease accessing or distributing these feeds at any time and for any reason.