What Is An RSS Feed?

What is an rss feed? RSS definition means Really Simple Syndication, or simply put - Content Syndication. This isn't the content itself, rather a distribution method for electronic content. This includes blogs, news, videos and podcasts. Another way to understand this is to view this website as your newspaper and the RSS is the paperboy/papergirl who delivers it to your doorstep.

RSS keep you up with all the updates to Easy Butterfly Garden without having to check the site every week to see what's new.

Have your favorite parts of Easy Butterfly Garden come to you. No need to go out and check for updates all the time. No need for bookmarks!

Whenever a new page is made or an old one is updated, it is released through RSS feed. I also make other special posts and re-release old favorites from time to time. This gives you easy updates without you having to spend hours finding them.

RSS is terrific. No spam.

It's easy to subscribe and also unsubscribe should you find you no longer wish to receive feeds. But Butterfly and Wildlife gardening is an exciting, always growing hobby. Why would you want to cancel? ;-)

Use the orange RSS/XML buttons to get the latest Web pages from Easy Butterfly Garden, as well as the latest news, the latest movies, blog posts, etc... Once you start, you'll soon be tracking all your other favorite interests and news in the world.

How To Get Started
now that you know
what is an rss feed.

Download the free RSS Reader first. This is special software that reads the "RSS feeds" from the largest news organizations to Easy Butterfly Garden. (skip to bottom if you do not want to download software)

Windows - RssReader

Mac - NetNewsWire

Once you're set up, here's all you have to do...

  • Right-click (For Mac users: Command-click)
    on any page of this site). Then...

.. select "Copy Shortcut" (For Mac select:
"Copy Link to Clipboard"), and paste that
URL into your RSS Reader.

And that's it! You're subscribed.

If you do not want to download software -

You can also use a Web-based RSS reader through your browser.
My Yahoo!, My MSN, iGoogle/ Google Reader, or Bloglines have
simple one-step solutions.

Look for any of these buttons -

They're seen in the left nav-bar on every page of this site.

Just click on that button and follow the instructions to add
RSS feed to your web-based reader. If you don't yet have an
account, you can set up one after clicking on the button.

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