RSS viewing

The menu below lets you view the RSS feeds directly from your web browser:

  1.  The preview displays are elegantly laid out.
  2.  Alternatively, the titles can simply be listed in your browser bookmarks.

Your web browser may well need an RSS feed browser extension to display the updates preview.       Once added you can click one of the options below to see the most recently updated pages for your chosen category.

Feed preview extensions

  • With Mozilla Firefox you need to add an extension in order to get the preview display.    Want my RSS will do it.      Once added, it gives you a page with a list of the most recently updated pages or posts on this site.      It has a link to each post or page.       Underneath each link is a condensed display of the first couple of lines or so of content to give you some idea which ones might be worth selecting.
  • With Google Chrome you need to add an extension in order to get the preview display described above.         Without the extension you just get a list of page links.           Click icon to find out about this extension.

Actually the correct name for this list of updates is RSS feed, but it is not obvious what that means.          There are a number of ways to access feeds, many of which are free – like the extensions mentioned above.


Formatted page vs bookmark display

  1. The recent updates page option above gives you a preview of each page or post, which gives you a much more specific idea what it is about than the Bookmark option outlined below.
  2. The bookmark option is quicker to use.         On the other hand, it does not show the content preview that you see on the page link above.          Click icon to get an idea how to set one up in Firefox and see how worth while it looks.