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Guide for LibGuide Authors   Tags: authors, building_libguides, creating_libguides, libguides, library_services, sears  

This guide will show you how to create and publish a LibGuide for MPS.
Last Updated: May 31, 2013 URL: http://libguides.mpsaz.net/creating_libguides Print Guide RSS Updates

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About RSS Feed Boxes

An RSS Feed box dynamically and automatically displays the most recent information from a website that you designate.

Examples can include news sites, blogs, new books in your subject area, database search results, journal tables of contents, and more.

An orange RSS icon in the address bar of your browser indicates that an RSS feed is available for the site you're on. Many sites and databases will display this icon or otherwise indicate that RSS feeds are available for particular content.

 

Adding/Editing an RSS Feed

Adding a feed to an RSS Feed box:

  • Click on Add RSS Feed
  • Enter the URL for the RSS feed.
  • Enter the number of items you want to show.  (The default is 5.)
  • Click on Update

Editing a feed in an RSS Feed box:

  • Click on Edit RSS Feed
  • Edit the information you want to change.
  • Click on Save Changes.

Note: Descriptive text about an RSS Feed box can be entered at the top of the box.

 

Example RSS Feed

Library of Congress:  What's New in Science Reference

New products and services on the subject of science and technology from the Library's Science, Technology & Business Division.

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