Subscribe To A Fool.co.uk RSS Feed

How RSS works

RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an XML-based file or ‘feed’ of information. When you subscribe to an RSS feed, that content is delivered to your web browser, desktop widget or pod-catching software as it’s published on our site.

How to subscribe to an RSS feed

To subscribe to any of our feeds, just click the appropriate RSS button and follow the instructions. Of course, you need to use a browser that supports RSS feeds – we recommend Firefox, Internet Explorer 7.0 or Safari.

We recommend you subscribe to our podcast feed using iTunes, but you can use other pod-catching software if you prefer.

If you click an RSS link but don’t have a compatible reader installed on your computer, you will see XML code in your browser. To fix this, just paste the feed address into an RSS news reader – you can select one from our list of compatible readers.

Live Bookmarks

The Firefox browser supports Live Bookmarks, a system that detects RSS feeds and allows users to subscribe. Look for this icon in the bottom right corner of your browser, and click on it to subscribe. Feeds will appear in your Bookmarks list.

RSS Readers