RSS Feeds Offered by The Hawaii Directory

The Hawaii Directory offers a few different RSS feeds that you can subscribe to. Here is a list of RSS feeds. The orange XML button links to the XML produced by the particular feed. You can subscribe using that xml URL, or you can click on one of the associated RSS readers to subscribe to that feed. What is an RSS feed?

  Subscribe to the Hawaii Website of the Day RSS feed »»

  Subscribe to the Hawaiian Word of the Day RSS feed »»

  Subscribe to the Hawaii Fact of the Day RSS feed »»

  Subscribe to the Hawaiian Phrase of the Day RSS feed »»

What is an RSS feed?

RSS stands for different things depending on who you ask, but it basically means Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary or RDF Site Summary.

You can subscribe to these RSS feeds which allows you to view any information that is published into that feed. To view an RSS feed, you need an RSS reader. There are many you can use, but the most popular RSS readers include Google, My Yahoo, and My MSN. If you have an account with any of these services, it is very simple to subscribe to a feed.

Just click on the links above and you'll be take to a page where you can easily subscribe to the RSS feed using any web-based feed reader, such as the ones that were just mentioned. If you click on any of the orange XML buttons on this page, those link to the actually feed itself, which is in XML format - a format that your RSS reader will understand and display nicely for you.

If you want to subscribe to the feed manually, you can either click on the orange XML button and once you see the XML displayed in your web browser, copy the address in your address bar -- this is the RSS feed URL that you can plug into your RSS feeder. Another method would be to right-click on the orange button and select "Copy link location..." or something simlar to that depending on which web browser you are using. This will copy the RSS feed URL onto your clipboard so that you can paste it into your RSS feed reader manually.

Once you subscribe to a feed, you will probably find yourself really liking it. It's easy to subscribe and unsubscribe at any moment. RSS is becoming very popular on the web, so if you haven't already, you'll start seeing RSS feeds on a lot of websites.

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