Presentation on theme: "RSS: Three Letters Every Advocate Needs to Know Presented by David Bonebrake Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project July 25, 2008."— Presentation transcript:
RSS: Three Letters Every Advocate Needs to Know Presented by David Bonebrake Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project July 25, 2008
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Todays Training Introduction to RSS RSS Walkthroughs Setting up Google Reader Setting up a News Alert feed for your organization Getting started with Law Blawgs Creating RSS feeds for your organization Related Technology - Twitter
Websites Consuming RSS Feeds Like RSS readers, web pages can consume and display RSS feeds Most modern web platforms support easy inline display of RSS feeds Pro Bono Net Open Source Template
Websites Creating RSS Feeds Most modern web platforms also support syndicating website content New Open Source CMSs Pro Bono Platform Blogging Software http://techsoup.org/learningcenter/interne t/page5820.cfm http://techsoup.org/learningcenter/interne t/page5820.cfm
RSS Feeds on the Probono.net template The probono.net advocate site template has outgoing RSS feeds from the News, Calendar and flexible content pages. Site visitors can subscribe to that content via their own RSS reader)
RSS Feeds on the Probono.net template A widget for an incoming RSS feed from other sources can be added to the homepage and other areas of the site. Supports all RSS and most Atom feeds.
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