Sea-web RSS - (Really Simple Syndication) - Sea-web News Reader
Sea-web RSS News Feed
Get breaking maritime news stories delivered direct to your desktop - Sea-web RSS Feed
The Sea-web News feed allows you to see when new content has been added to the webiste. You can receive the latest headlines as soon as it's published, without having to visit www.sea-web.com
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is an XML format designed for sharing web content and, in the case of Fairplay RSS, news headlines. The service consists of a list of items each of which contains a headline, the first few lines of the news story itself and a link to the relevant web page. As a new story is posted by our journalists you will see a prompt appear on your desktop. On clicking on the link you will be prompted to enter your username and password to access the full story.
How do I receive RSS?
To receive the Sea-web RSS you will need a special RSS news reader or aggregator which will retrieve and organise content and provide a simple way to view it. RSS news readers allow you to view the service(s) you select all together in the same place and, by automatically retrieving updates, stay current with new content soon after it is published.
How do I get a news reader?
There are a number of different RSS news readers available, some of which can be obtained free of charge, and new versions are appearing all the time. The news readers can either be applications or web-based services and may only work on certain operating systems - please take this into consideration when making your choice. A number of links can be found below, although it is important to note that this should not be construed as a recommendation of a particular news reader.
How do I set up Sea-web RSS?
After setting up your news reader, you will be ready to use Sea-web RSS. To subscribe to Sea-web RSS click on the link or RSS logo at the top of the page and copy and paste in the url to your newsreader. Full details on how to add a channel should be provided with the newsfeeder software. The full link is also provided here http://www.sea-web.com/rss_feed.aspx
Terms & Conditions
By accessing the Sea-web RSS service you are indicating your understanding and agreement to our standard terms and conditions.