The use of vibrant graphics identifying RSS feed presence is widespread for most websites with existing RSS feeds. At first, the graphics were composed of brilliant orange rectangles. As the practice has evolved, webmasters have made the graphics more complex.
NotePage is an example of software developed to create RSS graphics. It has created a free RSS graphics tool which gives users the ability to customize buttons with the selection of text and color motifs. After entering the text and color, custom graphics are immediately created. This allows webmasters to coordinate the styles of RSS buttons to a website’s overall theme.
Expertise in graphics is no longer necessary due to tools such as these. One can insert text and choose alternate colors for personalization of RSS feed graphics. Click on the URL Free RSS Graphic Tool to use the RSS graphics tool. Access ready-to-use graphics at https://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-graphics.htm.
To automatically detect existing RSS feeds for the material contained within a certain website, one should incorporate information in the website’s HTML code. As a result, aggregators will automatically identify RSS on a site with the addition of some code in an HTML page’s header – [link rel=”alternate” type=”application/rss+xml”title=”RSS”href=https://www.yourdomain.com/rss.xml]
It is essential to inform users of the existence of an RSS feed after publishing. Exchange http://www.yourdomain.com/rss.xml with the RSS feed URL. Interchange the brackets with “less than” (<) and “greater than” (>) symbols.