RSS Feeds

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a web feed format used to publish frequently updated content such as blog entries, articles and news headlines in a standardised format. Subscribers to a feed can then be kept up to date when a websites content is updated. It also can provide a convenient way for you to receive content "feeds" from a variety of sources, including the latest news headlines from news sources to an RSS reader.

Bluegroper Web Development incorporates RSS 2.0 standard feeds with all frequently updated content to Blogs, Articles and Picture Galleries. The feeds are automatically generated and available for you to subscribe in your news reader. Look for the feed icon Subscribe at the bottom of pages showing titles and summaries of Blogs, Articles and Pictures when a feed for the page is available. Most popular browser's such as Internet Exployer and Firefox will auto discover the feed and display the icon in the address bar. Google Chrome requires an Extention to discover RSS and view RSS feeds.

Main Site Feed

Syndicated through Feedburner

 

 

Alternate Site Feed's

Feed Description
Subscribe Subscribe to Articles RSS feed of all articles, titles and summaries
Subscribe Subscribe to Blogs

RSS Feed of all blogs, titles and summaries

Subscribe Subscribe to Pictures RSS Feed of all picture galleries, titles and summaries
Subscribe Subscribe to Environment and other taxonomy or tag feeds

This a a tag feed of the Environment, the tag feeds are obtained when you click on a tag category at the bottom of blog, pictures and articles. To get the link visit a tag category page and click on the feed icon at the bottom. They are all in the following format:
www.bluegroper.com.au/tags/<tag-name></all></feed>.
Case is important and some tag names use both upper and lower case.

Subscribe Subscribe to personal blogs

For personal blog feeds just click on feed icon at the end of the user's blog list. They are all in the following format:
www.bluegroper.com.au/<blog>/<user-name>/<feed>.
Case is important, all new user links are now in lower case.