The Media Line A Multi-Media News Source


Featured Stories
MidEast Daily News
News In Context
Meet the Working Media
Facts In Context
MidEast Weekly News
MidEast Blog Source
Explorations
Editorials & OpEds
Travel News

Sat. November 1, 2014 EDITOR'S PICKS :  
ALL  
YouTube Twitter Facebook
Archives  |  Blogs
Lead Story in Context
Issue: Israel's Jewish Identity. What Does it Mean?
MidEast Week
PA: Made "Generous" Offer; Israel: "Bring it to the Table"
Clergy Say Religion Supports Ecology
Freightos Aims to Bring the Shipping Industry into the 21st Century
Palestinian Women Sew Their Way to Independence
  More Video
Israel Under Pressure on Its Chemical Weapons
Israel Concerned About Syria Spillover
Children in Gaza Exhibit Trauma Symptoms
  More Audio
For All Newsletters
Subscribe
Unsubscribe

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds provide news headlines, brief article descriptions and links in an xml file that is automatically updated whenever those headlines change. This allows you to receive notification of new content in your own environment - in your browser, on your desktop, in your blog, in your club's website or elsewhere.


How do I use an RSS feed?
  1. Via a News Reader
    To view our RSS feeds on your computer, you will first need to acquire a News Reader or News Aggregator. These programmes pull all your selected RSS feeds into one place. Once you have a reader, all you have to do is: (1) click the button for the feed you want, (2) copy the URL from the address bar, and (3) paste it into your RSS application.

    There are many news readers available on the web. Some can be downloaded for free, or on a free trial, while others which offer more features or customization charge. It is worth noting that some readers will work better on different operating systems. A tip is to start with a web-based application and work from there. See the links at the bottom of the page for a number of options.

  2. Via a web browser
    A number of web browsers, including Firefox, Opera and Safari, automatically pick up RSS feeds. Check their homepages for details. This facility is not currently available in Internet Explorer.

How do I subscribe to RSS Feed?

Once you have your rss feed software installed, copy and paste the url of the rss feed you wish to subscribe to into your reader. In our case, the url’s are:

http://www.themedialine.org/xml/TML-RSS-1.XML including the following sections:

1.News in Context

2.Featured Stories

3.Mideast Daily News

http://www.themedialine.org/xml/TML-RSS-2.XML including the following sections:

1.News in Context

2.Featured Stories

Please let us know if you have any trouble using our rss feeds, if you think this page was helpful, or if you have any suggestions for how we can do this better. Send us an email at editor@themedialine.org.

copyright © 2001- The Media Line. All Rights Reserved. LEGAL | PRIVACY | COMMENTS